Work - life balance program & family friendly policy 에 관한 영문판 리포트
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2. Work-life balance program
- 1) What is work life balance program ?
- 2) Need to adopt WLB
- 3) Social trend that requires WLB
- 4) Effects of WLB
- 5) Actual case of WLB
3. Family friendly policy
- 1) What is Family friendly policy ?
- 2) Family friendly policy adoption background
- 3) Accomplishments
- 4) Family friendly policy types and effects
- 5) Family friendly management case
As the importance for human resources is emphasized, it is very important for a
company to make environment where employees can do their work and at the
same time carry out their duty at home in order to increase compatibility. As
such, making balance between work and home brings company culture and
human resources policies differences. This trend is motivation for work-life
balance program and family friendly policy.
In America or Europe advanced companies, these programs have been in
operation in order to increase company compatibility. In case of America, the
adoption of flextime rate increase from 31 to 71 from 1996 to 2003, more than
two times. The reason these companies are adopting this policy is that they can
increase the motivation of employees and can recruit more attractive human
resources, and make good company image and increase productivity, and
prevent job movement and accidents.
< Work-life balance program>
1. What is work life balance program ?
- Work life balance is the state where employees feel that they are
carrying out their duty well at both work place and at home
- In order to make balance between work and life, the WLB Program is
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