Brenda Stanton

Vice President at Keystone Partners
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  • A more formal and concrete way to advocate for a healthy work-life balance is through company policies. For example, employers could create a company-wide policy where all employees, including management, don't send emails outside of work hours or on the weekends. Allow employees designated 'white space' on their calendars. Agree on a set period of time where employees can just be. They can use this time to go for a walk, think, re-create, brainstorm with a colleague. The goal is to show employees that you value their talent/brains - not just their time. Show them they don't always have to be 'doing' to be productive and valuable to the organization.

    7 December 2020
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