Work-life balance? Productivity? You’re doing it all wrong, says Ian Price

By Liz Hall Achieving greater work-life balance is a common goal for clients, but we’ve got it all wrong when we talk about this, according to Ian Price, occupational psychologist and author of The Activity Illusion: Why We Live to Work in the 21st Century and How to Work to Live Instead. Speaking at the ‘Managing Conflict and Stress at Work’ conference, Price said: “I find the concept of work-life balance troubling. It suggests if people take something off from one thing, they have to put it on another, and if that’s true, it’s not surprising employers...

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