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I am an engineer who works for a company that manufactures bicycles. It’s an industry I am passionate about, since my main hobby is also cycling. Sometimes it is really hard to turn work off, since I care so much about the product we are producing.. Because I’ve got constant connectivity, I can work anywhere, anytime. For example, if I’m going on a plane to go on vacation, I’ve got my computer with me and I try to do some work. When I’m on a business trip, I test ride bikes as part of my job, which can blur work—life boundaries, as even when I am not test riding, I often do the same amount of riding for relaxation during personal time, so it is hard to separate personal from professional life. -Sally an integrator, on her blurred lines blending work and personal life.
This article has noted that one of the most important challenges that many professionals, leaders, and other employees currently face is managing their work—life boundaries. This is because such boundaries impact the attention, wellbeing, and energies of themselves, their families/partners/ friends, and their teams. Leaders and organizations can foster enabling conditions for boundary control by supporting a diversity of boundary styles for a healthy and productive work environment. Managing work—life boundaries and letting employees shape boundary control is increasingly important for career effectiveness so that employees do not feel burnt out, depleted, and unable to craft a life that works within and outside of their jobs. Organizations, leaders, and employees need to view developing competencies in managing work—life boundaries and inclusive work—life cultures as central to fostering effective careers and organizations.