Over the last two years, the line between “work” and “life” has become increasingly blurred. With so many people working from home, it has become much harder to create clear boundaries between our work and our life outside of work.

Yet having time to switch off and re-charge is extremely important — especially when it comes to mental health and work performance.

I’ve always been a huge advocate for work-life balance and having worked in recruitment for 10 years, it was a good thing I was! Every Manager, Director and VP I have ever worked with thought that their need was the biggest priority. I have a lot of experience in pushing back and protecting my boundaries.

Not only do you need to know what your boundaries are you also need to know how to communicate them effectively.

Click here to read the full article I wrote on this topic.

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