Even the most progressive approach to work/life balance will fail without strong commitment from management and a
culture that supports it.
Work/life strategies have not only hit the corporate mainstream-they've become drivers toward competitive advantage.
The ever-changing values of tomorrow's workforce have created unprecedented demands for flexible, diverse benefits and policies. To be leaders and employers of choice, organizations are increasingly focusing on managing human capital.
A study conducted in April 1997 by Hewitt Associates in Lincolnshire, Illinois, indicates that over the past five years, there have been increases in every category of …