Singapore has been ranked the SECOND most overworked city in the world
For 2 consecutive years!
Based on an international study by Kisi. Singapore also ranked 9th place from the bottom in 2020 for work-life balance among 50 other cities.
One such experience we would like to share through one of the stories series – Women@PeopleCentral
Featuring Sweta Priya, who shares her experience in work-life balance @ #PEOPLECENTRAL
So much has been talked about work-life balance, but is it really possible?
With the evolving nature of jobs and work, the concept of work-life balance seemed elusive.
It’s difficult for a woman to juggle both work and life perfectly. Each one of us can have our own way of finding that harmony.
My way to attain this harmony is by having an extremely productive day at work, ending on time, and then spending the rest of the time with family and friends.
I believe the key is to remain fluid while scheduling your life and to continuously assess your goals and priorities. The clearer the priorities, the easier it is to maintain the balance between work and life.