Research on Work-Life Balance of Female Employees
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Work-life balance
Work-life conflict
Female employees



Submitted : 2024-01-26
Accepted : 2024-02-10
Published : 2024-02-25


Nowadays, the pace of work and life is accelerating rapidly, accompanied by significant changes in work content and family structure. Enterprises and employees are encountering various pressures and conflicts. Female employees, in particular, are experiencing increasing pressure in both social labor and family affairs, resulting in ongoing conflicts between work and life. Achieving a balance between these two domains is crucial for female employees. This article aims to analyze the influencing factors of work-life balance for female employees and to propose useful strategies to help them improve it.


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