Work-Life Balance? Yes, It’s Possible!
Of course, work-life harmony means different things to different people. In general, it means having a work culture that allows time for work and play. We have found that key to this balance lies in maximizing your time and focusing on what really matters.
How do you achieve the elusive work-life balance? Demand Science is sharing the insights of four site leaders who manage successful lives both in and outside of work.
“What’s great about being in Demand Science is that my office family actually embodies the family culture, as well, so everybody basically supports each other. And, you know, that actually makes everything a breeze,” says Giovanni Tabanao. He explains that colleagues who care about each other work together more efficiently and, in turn, this translates to having more energy with loved ones.
For Harold Lapuz, knowing when and how to focus on priorities in the home and in the office allows him to be an excellent employee while having meaningful moments with family members. “I identify what needs to be in my mind and what I should do… and give my full attention to it so I would be able to work efficiently and effectively.” By using his time wisely, he is able to work around critical tasks and seize significant moments with family when it truly matters.
Strong leadership influences work culture and for Mia Negre, the foundation for success lies in positive working relationships. “As a leader, taking care of your family and work takes an equal amount of effort and determination. You treat your family as part of your team and your team as part of your family. When you bind them with love, everything will fall into place.”
Recalling his own experiences, Jefferson Banzon has come to realize that a successful personal life and a career are both essential. Prior to working in Demand Science, Jefferson was running on empty – extending four hours at a time and risking his health. It was only with Demand Science that he experienced true collaboration and enjoyed life outside of work. While the pressure to deliver excellence remains constant, he knows that people also need to take breaks. He explains, “…all my tasks cannot be completed overnight; that I need to take some personal holidays regularly to recharge and refuel my love for the job.”
Living a life that balances work with personal life entails more than the number of hours you put in the office. Today’s professionals want to feel enriched with careers that allow them to control their work realities while maximizing life experiences.
Demand Science offers a work culture that wants you to succeed in every aspect of your life. We have plenty of opportunities for everyone from telemarketers to IT professionals. Apply through our career portal today!