The National Study on Balancing Work, Family and Lifestyle

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"Work-Life Conflict in the New Millennium: Key Recommendations from the 2001 National Work-Life Conflict Study" is the final of six reports issued since Health Canada commissioned this in-depth study in 1999. It is based on interviews with 31,000 working Canadians, one of the most extensive surveys ever completed.

The report is a summary of the key findings, recommendations, and conclusions from the previous five reports. This includes information about the extent of work-life conflict, why work-life conflict needs to be reduced, and who is most likely to experience it.

Read the report on the Health Canada website.