Creating Work/Life Balance

November 2001
Workforce;Nov2001, Vol. 80 Issue 11, p17
Deals with the report released by Sloan Foundation's Work-Family Policy Network on the out-of-balance lives employees are suffering from. How government, business, labor, communities and families can work together to ease pressures; High-priority objectives for achieving work-life balance.


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