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Table of Contents
                            1.3.1 Changes in the nature of sick-leaves
1.3.2 Current initiatives on EU and Swedish national level
1.3.3 Gender equality
2.3.1 Research perspective
2.3.2 Research philosophy
2.3.3 Research approach
2.3.4 Information search
2.3.5 Criticism of the secondary sources
2.4.1 Collection of primary data
2.4.2 Selection Frame
2.4.3 Sampling method
2.4.4 Participants
2.4.5 Qualitative questionnaire design
2.4.6 Interview process
2.4.7 Criticism of primary Sources
3.1.1 Work and leisure
3.1.2 Definition of work-life balance
3.1.3 Historical perspective on work-life balance
3.2.1 Traditional approaches
3.2.2 Current views and contemporary approaches
3.3.1 Individual factors
3.3.2 Factors influencing individuals in higher management positions
3.3.3 Governmental and organizational factors
3.4.1 Job satisfaction
3.4.2 Well-being
4.1.1 HR manager
4.1.2 Adam
4.1.3 Alice
4.2.1 HR manager
4.2.2 Brian
4.2.3 Bridget
4.3.1 HR manager
4.3.2 Chris
4.3.3 Carol
4.4.1 HR manager
4.4.2 David
4.4.3 Diana
5.1.1 How people work
5.1.2 When people work
5.1.3 Where people work
5.1.4 Rewards and benefits
5.2.1 Life and career stage
5.2.2 Self-discipline, personal control and time management
5.2.3 Gender
5.2.4 Personality
5.2.5 Energy (workload, pressures, stress)
5.4.1 Rewards and benefits
5.4.2 Communication tools
5.4.3 The 21 Job satisfaction factors (see Appendix D)
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