"Employees who are dual-centric or family-centric exhibit significantly better mental health, greater satisfaction with their lives, and higher levels of job satisfaction than employees who are work-centric."
Monday, January 24, 2005
The Occupational Adventure linked to an article about a fascinating study (PDF) showing how attitudes toward work and life have changed over 25 years. The generational differences are striking. Lots of good stuff about a shift toward family priorities and the benefits of not taking a work-centric approach: