How Google is gauging employees' work-life balance

03/28/2014 | Harvard Business Review online/HBR Blog Network

Google is conducting a long-term study of its employees with the aim of improving wellness, cultivating leaders and keeping workers engaged for longer periods, Google's Laszlo Bock writes. Initial results show a large group of "Integrators" at Google who have difficulty turning work off, he writes.

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