26% of work is done outside of normal working hours. This isn’t conducive to a healthy work-life balance.
That’s why this Achieving Work-Life Balance Checklist was created.
Think of it as a friendly coach that helps employees get the rest and relaxation they deserve.
But how, exactly, does it work?
First, employees will specify what day of the week it is and where they worked from. This will cause the checklist to dynamically adapt, thanks to conditional logic.
Then, they’ll begin the process of disconnecting from work for the evening. They’ll dedicate time to nourishing their bodies and minds, and then make time for whatever non-work related activities they want to do!
After that, if it’s Monday – Thursday, they’ll quickly prepare for the next working day and focus on getting a good night’s sleep. If it’s Friday, they’ll create a rough weekend plan so their weekend is the best it can be.
For outsourced EAP professionals or in-house people, operations, or HR staff, give the employees you’re supporting this checklist. They should launch the checklist near the end of each working day – but not on the weekends.