The work-life balance is an emerging trend at present. As the younger generation is entering the workforce, they are more cautious about their well-being, considering it to be a priority to create a quality of life.

Work and lifestyle have often caused conflicts in striking equilibrium. It has always been a struggle to keep our professional and personal lives intact.

There is a new shift in work culture. As per the survey by Traliant, 49% of the 2,000 full-time U.S. employees prioritize their personal life and family, 47% prioritize mental health, and 82% state hybrid and remote work options are better for balancing work life.

While surveyed, most employees emphasize flexible work facilities as a contribution to their personal well-being, whereas few amongst them stated that scouring new job roles will be their preference if asked for an onsite work role.

Psychological safety, work-life balance, and flexibility are increasingly essential to employees. During the survey, 51% of the participants highlight burnout due to their work culture, while the remaining 22% feel their workplace lacks psychological safety.

Future Workforce expectations are shifting toward a balanced work-life, which suggests companies and employers need to adapt as per the modern trend. Recruiters and HR should adopt new ways to promote a better work life for the employees to build an efficient workforce. Step ahead and ask your employees what brings out the best in them and curate an action that benefits both the organization, as well as the employees.