Navigating Work-Life Conflict

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Abstract

In this video Carrie Oelberger, assistant professor at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, discusses work-life conflict and the challenge of navigating the boundaries between our personal and work lives. "The more meaningful someone finds their work, the harder it will be for them to erect those boundaries," she says. Rather than placing the burden solely on individuals, Oelberger argues that employers have a responsibility to encourage work-life balance—especially if there's an existing organizational culture that encourages over-work. "If we're retaining workers that are deeply personally discontented then that has really negative outcomes both for the workers and for the organizations."
Original languageEnglish (US)
Media of outputVideo
StatePublished - 2018

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Oelberger, C. R. (Author). (2018). Navigating Work-Life Conflict. Digital or Visual Products, Retrieved from http://z.umn.edu/3dei
Navigating Work-Life Conflict. Oelberger, Carrie R (Author). 2018.

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Oelberger, CR, Navigating Work-Life Conflict, 2018, Digital or Visual Products.
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