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A Case Manager is experiencing a conflict between personal and professional life changes causing a life/work/professional imbalance. When asked to take on a new responsibility for the professional organization, which response by the Case Manager would be most appropriate?
To maintain balance between personal and professional life, the Case Manager should try to do the following EXCEPT:
Case Managers may effectively cope with personal and professional life imbalances by the following EXCEPT:
Under the Family and Medical Leave Act, eligible workers are entitled to unpaid leave up to 12 weeks per year without losing job security or health benefits to care for a spouse, child or parent who has a serious health condition.
When a Case Manager feels overwhelmed, the LEAST EFFECTIVE interventions would be to:
A Case Manager’s philosophy is “Take care of yourself so you can care for others.” This represents a balance of personal and professional life.
A healthy Case Manager lifestyle would include all the following EXCEPT: