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date: 16 October 2019

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Designing effective work–life programs is critical as these solutions directly impact how people get work done, an essential function of all organizations. Work–life programs are used as a way to enhance and promote the employment brand and value proposition that organizations offer to potential new hires and current employees. There is significant risk with these programs as modification and removal of such programs can result in public backlash and a decline in employee morale and engagement. This chapter will review current and future challenges in implementing effective work–life solutions along with a wish list of research to assist practitioners in improving the use and effectiveness of these programs.

Keywords: work–life research, work–life solutions, wish list of research

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