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Developing Work-Life- Management Competence

To conclude the first section of this book, looking at how employee experience can be enhanced even before an organisation recruits an individual, we consider the role of Work- Life-Management skills in employee experience.

Many employees’ experience at work is negatively impacted by their inability to establish a satisfactory balance between work and non-work activities. And, although most organisations would acknowledge that their employees work has become increasingly demanding, few have found meaningful ways to address this issue in the workforce.

In this research study we learn how a person-centred intervention, aimed at developing individuals’ Work-Life-Management skills, showed that employees may identify more significantly with their work when these skills are developed.

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