The phrase “Work-Life Balance” is a common one; it’s useful shorthand when we talk about the normal, everyday tradeoffs and juggling it takes to keep the things afloat, at home and in the workplace.
But sometimes, a life issue emerges that is so enormous and disruptive, the scales tip. Everything falls out of balance. When a person is deeply affected by a huge disruption in his or her life, performance in the workplace can’t help but be affected as well. Common life stressors that can show up at the office include:
- Death of a loved one
- Separation, divorce, and relationship problems
- Severe medical challenges
- Financial problems and foreclosure
- Parenting and child behavior issues
- Physical and emotional abuse
- Abuse of drugs and alcohol (personal or in the immediate family)
- Legal problems
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