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People aim to achieve the balance between their work and lives, but few people achieve it. What are the causes of the problems? How to overcome it?
The imbalance of daily work and life has drawn the public attention in that employees confuse the living and working. In this essay, I will present several reasons for this and put forward feasible solutions.
Firstly, the development of internet technology, has created countless job modes, for example, tele-commuting. This innovative working mode does shorten distances and increase efficiency. However, this leads to an unavoidable outcome that the workers at home are usually distracted by family members and the timing of work is irregular and inconsistent.
Besides, with intensive working rhythm, workers usually spend majority of their spare time in communicating with customers and even working overnight in order to win the order. Therefore, working on holidays and vacations are not uncommon.
Lastly, invention of mobile phones makes it probable that communication between workers and supervisors has become more fluent than ever before. Supervisor are more likely to monitor process of tasks on mobile phone which are closely associated with performance of their work. So, it is fairly challenging to avoid this distraction on holidays.
In view of the reasons mentioned above, some measures should be taken to rein in the situation. To begin with, it is constructive to regulate working schedules. Workers are encouraged to set strict working and relaxing time. Besides, on-time relaxation is conducive to working efficiency. Regulated life rhythm can increase largely working enthusiasm and concentration, which have positive effects on working. Lastly, some relevant policies should be implemented to restrict or even prohibit distraction of working on holidays.
In conclusion, coordination of working and life is quite challenging to every worker who is eager to succeed in both career and life. However, the right to relax and entertainment should be protected in modern society.