Work-life Balance: Better, But Not Good

Job and private life with German could be balanced the annual “work-life balance” Regus demonstrates that the Germans still have trouble to keep her job and her personal life in balance. Over half of Germans said that they have the feeling to be with their private and professional lives in harmony. Last year, there were less than 50 percent. Regus interviewed 26 000 professionals in 90 countries as a provider of flexible workplace solutions. The results of the study indicated the Germans to 62 per cent, they were satisfied with their job and that this would make them fun. Worldwide, the satisfaction was at 70 percent.

Only the Belgians are apparently more dissatisfied with their job. According to the study, the Mexicans are happiest. The Indians and Brazilians follow them. All European countries below the global average. The self-employed are far more satisfied with their work-life balance as dependent employees among Germans. The respondents seemed really unhappy the were associated with the generation of baby boomers. You were born between 1945 and 1964. The born after 1964 and 1980 Y were allocated to the generation X, the 1980 born after the generation.

Both the generation X than Y also was clearly satisfied, and gave a higher productivity in the workplace. The lack of support by the employer may be reasons for the dissatisfaction of possible reasons why it came to the mixed results. Here, only 31 percent of Germans indicated that they believe that their companies through long load limiting trips to work to curb. The baby boomers indicates to have problems with flexible working models. They also indicate that they are not productive on their work. This should also be noted however, that this generation is either already in retirement is or will move to the end of their careers. Despite the mixed results, Germany is one of four countries which was able to achieve an improvement in the polls. The whole study is It is on the website of Regus.

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