IDF
The Israel Defense Forces, are the military forces of the State of... read more
EMPLOYEE
PARTICIPANTS
26
TOTAL
RATINGS
204
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IDF Work Life Balance

The Work Life Balance at IDF is rated a D by 8 employees putting it in the Bottom 15% of similar size companies on Comparably. 50% of IDF employees feel they are burnt out. A well proportioned work life balance is necessary to keep employees happy and productive.

About 57% of the employees at IDF work eight hours or less, while 43% of them have a very long day - longer than twelve hours. The Majority of IDF employees are not satisfied with their work life balance.

Work Life Balance
Bottom 15%Bottom 15% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
D

IDF is in the Bottom 15% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably

Happiness
Bottom 20%Bottom 20% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably
D

IDF is in the Bottom 20% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably

Culture Score
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D

IDF is in the Bottom 20% of Similar Size Companies on Comparably

How Employees Rate IDF's Work Life Balance

Are you satisfied with your work/life balance?
7 or less
14%
8
43%
10
0%
12
0%
More than 12
43%
On average, how many hours do you work a day?
>1 hour
0%
1 hour
0%
45 minutes
0%
30 minutes
0%
I eat at my desk
0%
How long do you take for lunch breaks?
Do you feel burnt out at work?

IDF Work Life Balance by Department

Work Life BalanceHappinessCulture Score
Design----D+

IDF Work Life Balance by Experience

Work Life BalanceHappinessCulture Score
Entry Level--D-D
1 to 3 Years--C+D

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