Work-Life interface

  • Shahzoda Umarova Iqboljon qizi English teacher, Cambridge International College, Tashkent
Keywords: imbalance, organizational commitment, family devotion, time management


By using their intelligence, creativity, collaborative and cooperative skills in order to lead to the betterment of their life with the help of science and technology, art, education and other several features of civilization, human beings are trying to find ways to deal with these difficulties. Especially creative and innovative skills are of the importance in such issues as something that enables all the possibilities available is continuous innovation, breakthroughs and outcomes of changes. This paper is dedicated to one of the most common problems of human being, work-life interface, and exploration of both practical and creative approaches to handle, manage and solve this issue including its implementation process, strengths and limitations. It also explains creative working process on the problem and some learning outcomes from the project.


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How to Cite
Shahzoda Umarova Iqboljon qizi. (2023). Work-Life interface. Central Asian Journal of Theoretical and Applied Science, 4(9), 14-19. Retrieved from