In an increasingly competitive marketplace, work-life balance begins to be taken more seriously.
Remember when workers regularly left the office at 5 p.m. to enjoy a relaxing evening with their families, never to hear a peep from their employers or coworkers until they returned to work the next morning?
New research shows that employees are most productive when they work less than a full-time schedule.
Confidence and ambition is a must for women in leadership, but so is maintaining a work-life balance.
We’re a country full of paranoid, obsessive workers. Our mobile devices, and our addiction to them, exacerbate this.
There have been 136 Presidents of the American Bar Association. Five of them have been women, including this year's President, Laurel Bellows, who has caused quite a stir among women attorneys by calling the idea of work-life balance a "fraud."
Stop trying to be in perfect balance.