Blog Tag: employee incentives
I’ve always been intrigued by work-life research, especially now as the work-life interface changes in response to increased demands and expectations, as well as new ways of working. Work-life research evolved from studies on person-environment fit and work-family. Person-environment fit focuses on outcomes that result from the interaction between employees and some aspect of their work environment, whereas work-family research focuses on outcomes that result from the interaction between the work and family domains. Many researchers have moved away from the term work-family to work-life in order to include all employees and not just those with children. These studies have established some compelling links between work-life fit and employee satisfaction, so it is important for employers to know what work-life fit actually is and how to achieve it.