work life

work life

[′wərk ‚līf]
(chemical engineering)
The period of time a resin or an adhesive will remain usable after it is mixed with a catalyst and other ingredients. Also known as pot life; working life.
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They wanted chiefly to be left alone; then if the man was in regular work life went easily and was not without its pleasures: there was plenty of time for gossip, after the day's work a glass of beer was very good to drink, the streets were a constant source of entertainment, if you wanted to read there was Reynolds' or The News of the World; `but there, you couldn't make out
Burki was presented with the 2015 Work Life Legacy Award to acknowledge his groundbreaking efforts as an outstanding work-life thought leader throughout his career.
A work focus that recognizes that work life and personal life influence each other;
In the meantime, the concept of work life quality is one of the important factors and indices in organization dynamism.
2009), 'Representations of Work Life Balance Support', Human Relations, vol.
Frequently working extra hours in your own time without pay increases work life conflict (37 percent of workers frequently do this.
Of her day-to-day work life, Deborah Bailey Browne, CPA, of Deborah Bailey Browne and Associates (DBB), in Wappingers Falls, N.
Work life balance in the 21st century, Diane M Houston ed
All you have done is balanced the degree of stress you have in your work life with the stress you have in your non-work life.
A strong commitment to fostering an inclusive work environment that recognizes each person's unique value and their contributions to the firm's success has earned CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) recognition as Work Life Matters magazine's Best Internal Diversity Practice.
Work/Life Innovations enjoys a strong reputation for excellence in customer service and twice received the Innovative Excellence Award from the Alliance for Work Life Progress.