I need help in generating ideas on how an organization addresses the work life and home life of their team members.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:00 am ad1c9bdddf
Work & Home Life (Defining Balance)
The way that individuals reach a balancing point between career and home life is by prioritizing work ambitions and personal activities such as family time, leisure time, exercising, personal improvement, spiritual development, and so forth. The equilibrium point is different for each individual depending on their goals and circumstances. Many organizations have taking the initiative to assist their employees with work and life balance by providing additional employee benefits as part of their employment tenure. These resources are offered to help employees manage their working time and personal time with poise and stability.
Work & Home Life (Organizational Provisions)
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This solution discusses ideas in reference to addressing work and home life balance.
Autonomous Practice and the Professional Team
There is an idea that many practitioners are geared towards autonomous practice, despite being taught the importance of professional teams. Describe the difference between autonomous practice, multidisciplinary teams, and interdisciplinary teams. Describe how you are currently preparing to work on an interdisciplinary team versus what you still might need to be adequately prepared to effectively work on an interdisciplinary team. Remember, you must back your opinions up with information from the readings in the attachments.
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