Truth and Myths About Work/Life Balance

Hansen, Fay
December 2002
Workforce (10928332);Dec2002, Vol. 81 Issue 13, p34
Presents information on a roundtable discussion on the effectiveness of work/life programs in the U.S. Myths and notions of employees regarding career advancement; Benefits of work/life programs in employee retention; Factors affecting the effectiveness of work/life programs. INSETS: Opting for Work/Life Imbalance;Weighing the Truth of Exit Interviews;Face Time a Feature of the Past.


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