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hello sir/madam. i want some information relating to above topic plz
9th November 2011 From India, Bangalore

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Avinash.tavares
Management Trainer & Life Coach
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Hi, Plz find the presentation,,, may it would help u.. meetu
10th November 2011 From India, New Delhi

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Hi
I am Kumar. I am working in an advertising company. We have planned to provide softskills training for students, CCNA and all other computer courses. For that how we can plan the duration and the price for the courses. Please anybody help us for this.
Regards
Kumar
10th November 2011 From India, Madras

Kumar, U have to do some home work for that first,,, i mean u should make a market survey for that u would find out the way easily... and it also depend on ur faculty. Meetu
10th November 2011 From India, New Delhi

Dear Kumar
We are basically a training and facility mangement company. Please contact me for further details about the softskill training and le me have your contact no.
Thanks
Krishna Gopal
09840950574

10th November 2011 From India, Madras

hi,
Work-life balance is the problem faced by many these days, I think the following information would help you.
Five Tips to Maintain Work-Life Balance
1.Time Management
2.Use Technology
3.Leave your work at work
4.Organize/ Prioritize
5.Don’t Overbook
Regards,
vijaya
11th November 2011 From India, Hyderabad

Hi Rajguru,

The term work life balance was coined somewhere in the 60s 70s. Before that, no one even heard of the concept. The reason is quite simple - men were the sole bread earners of the family while women took care of the household. The went on right from the beginning of the industrial revolution till the time women entered the workforce.

Although initially women were hired till the time they got married or got children, with education and policy changes women began to take higher positions in offices. With it came in the need of work-life balance. Men didnt need to take up household responsibilities if they were working but women "couldn't " give up their household responsibilities, like cooking, cleaning, raising children etc even though they worked for the same number or hours as men did.

All this added to a lot of stress which affected performance at work. The term work-life balance came into existence of out the need to manage and shine at work without sacrifice the joy or personal life.

Then men realized that they too need "live" their life. Whether it means watching a game with their buddies or watching their children perform in the school play or vacationing in Maldives men too realised that they cant wait till retirement to enjoy the fruits of their effort.

The final chord was played by scientists through various studies that proved that both men and women, young and old performed consistently better at work when they had a healthy personal life.

The point of mentioning all this is for one to realize that ever manager want to stretch the employee to his/her maximum. He is hired to do exactly that. The onus lies on the employee to manage her work-life balance. There is a case where a women had gone on maternity leave and a man in the same firm wanted time off because he wanted to focus on his yoga. Who is the manager to decided that to him yoga is or isnt as important as having a child. The final call has to be on performance. If the women has performed well she must be given the leave. If she is a poor performer, she has to be let go. The same applies to the man. If he has performed well then he deserves a break, if his performance is poor, he has to be denied the break or asked to leave.

Hope this helps

Avinash Tavares

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12th November 2011 From India, Pune

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