Sites on how to get one's work life and non-work life in proper proportion. Work-Life Balance Work Society.
- Wikipedia: Work?life balance is a concept including the proper prioritization between work and lifestyle. The work?leisure dichotomy was invented in the mid-1800s. Paul Krassner, an American journalist, observed that anthropologists define happiness as having as little separation as possible between your work and your play. The expression "work?life balance" was first used in the United Kingdom in the late 1970s to describe the balance between an individual's work and personal life. In the United States, this phrase was first used in 1986.
- Absenteeism - Absenteeism is a habitual pattern of absence from a duty or obligation without good reason. Generally, absenteeism is unplanned absences. Absenteeism has been viewed as an indicator of poor individual performance, as well as a breach of an implicit contract between employee and employer.
- Dual-career commuter couples - Commuter couples are a subset of dual-career couples who live apart in separate residences while both partners pursue careers.
- Death from overwork (Japan) - , which can be translated literally as "overwork death" in Japanese, is occupational sudden mortality. The major medical causes of kar?shi deaths are heart attack and stroke due to stress and a starvation diet. This phenomenon is also widespread in South Korea, where it is referred as 'gwarosa'.
- Medical resident work hours - Medical resident work hours refers to the shifts worked by medical interns and residents during their medical residency.
- Mompreneur - Mompreneur is a neologism defined as a female business owner who is actively balancing the role of mom and the role of entrepreneur.
- Money-rich, time-poor - Money-rich, time-poor is an expression which arose in Britain at the end of the 20th century to describe groups of people who, whilst having a high disposable income through well-paid employment, have relatively little leisure time as a result.
- Work?life balance