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Free webinar on webinar on strategies for improving work-life balance by RIT

Free webinar on webinar on strategies for improving work-life balance by RIT, strategies for improving work-life balance, FREE WEBINAR, Opportunity

 Free webinar on a webinar on strategies for improving work-life balance by RIT



Dear Participants

Department of Management Studies, Ramaiah Institute of Technology, Bengaluru 

In association with The Institute of Indian foundrymen, Bangalore is conducting a webinar on strategies for improving work-life balance 

Speaker:

Ms. Annapurna

Founder and CEO

Emotionalytics & Co

Webinar Date: 4th October 2020

Session Timings: 5.00pm to 6.30 pm

Kindly join the webinar earliest by 4.55 pm.

Registration Fee

Registration is free

About Webinar:

Work-life balance has become a big challenge in this pandemic era. Work plays a significant part in all our lives and work-life balance is an important aspect of a healthy work environment. It is not an easy task to achieve work-life balance in today’s unpredictable and fast-paced business world. As we grow increasingly more connected through technology and social media, it is becoming more and more difficult to separate work from our personal lives. Maintaining a healthy work-life balance is not only important for health and relationships, but it can also improve employee’s productivity, and ultimately performance. A flexible work environment has been shown to decrease stress, boost levels of job satisfaction and help employees maintain healthier habits. By encouraging employees to look after themselves and find balance, it can significantly limit health problems and absences. This will, in turn, ensure employees are more efficient during business hours

How to join the Webinar: 

Online link to attend Webinar on Strategies for improving work-life balance Session:

Zoom Link



Contact Information:

Dr.G.Vijay Kumar Asst. Prof., Dept of Management Studies, RIT

Ph: 9986011404

Dr Pallavi B Asst. Prof., Dept of Management Studies, RIT

Ph: 9741771000

Aryabhatt Science

Author & Editor

For Science communication

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