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Achieving a successful work-life balance often hinges on flexibility offered in the workplace. Recent research has found a shift in employers' approach over the past seven years, with many granting employees greater flexibility in their schedules and work locations.

Despite resource limitations, employers prioritize providing benefits that cater to individual and family needs, promoting both physical and mental health. “As we look ahead, it is clear that in order to remain competitive, employers must find ways to offer flexible work options if they want to attract and retain top talent,” said Hank Jackson, president and CEO of the Society for Human Resource Management.

Work-life balance can vary from person to person. Striking a balance is an individualized endeavor, and it is up to each person to determine which lifestyle best suits their needs. By embracing flexibility in the workplace, employers can create an environment that respects the diverse needs of their workforce, while employees have the opportunity to find a work-life balance that promotes overall satisfaction and fulfillment.

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