For most professionals work-life balance tops money: Survey
In act, having both a successful career and a full life outside work are so important that any choose a job based on its potential impact on work-life balance as more than half (52 per cent) said they have turned down a job due to concerns about its impact on work-life balance.
"We are looking at a new normal in the workplace. Employees re defining success in a variety of ways, customising their own approaches and balancing personal demands with their desire to succeed," Accenture Executive Director - Geographic Services for India and ASEAN Rekha M Menon said.
The study further aid Indian men attach the highest importance to money (44 per cent) while women favour work-life balance (68 per cent).
"Companies that can help their employees navigate both their professional and personal lives are likely to see strong employee engagement and enjoy an advantage as they recruit and retain high performers," Accenture managing director global inclusion & diversity Nellie Borrero said.
Respondents had mixed feelings about the impact of technology on their personal lives. round
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