The latest studies on work life tend to focus on overburdened working conditions; negative concepts like stress, burnout and lassitude are some of the most common descriptors in work-related research, which is less than surprising in the present economic situation. It is true that accelerated changes in work life, as well as efficiency-based demands, tend to exert greater levels of stress on employees. On the other hand, the image of work life becomes unilateral if we focus only on the problems and drawbacks of work.