Work and Life Balance Assessment

Introduction

Why You Should Take This Assessment

Sometimes there is a fine line between being extremely enthusiastic about your work and being overly involved in your work. In fact, knowing the difference is difficult and not always clear. This is because our culture often encourages people to work as hard as they can and, at times, even rewards getting lost in one's work. When taken too far, this is unhealthy. Keeping a good balance between work and home life is key for mental and physical health as well as for productivity.

This assessment is designed to help you determine what is true about your work pattern - a healthy eagerness and interest, or an unhealthy obsession. Take it to learn if you may be overly involved with work and some tips on how to change that. Maybe it will inspire you to strike a better balance between home and work, and learn how to relax and enjoy life more.

How Much Time This Assessment Will Take

5 minutes

What You'll Get At The End Of The Assessment


Review Date: 12/15/12
Reviewed By: Jeffrey Heit, MD, Internist with special emphasis on preventive health, fitness and nutrition, Philadelphia VA Medical Center, Philadelphia, PA. Review provided by VeriMed Healthcare Network. Also reviewed by David Zieve, MD, MHA, Bethanne Black, and the A.D.A.M. Editorial team.
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