Work/Life Balance: Wisdom or Whining

July 12, 2002
Edy Greenblatt shares how President George W. Bush, a home-based pharmaceutical sales representative, and a Club Med flying trapeze instructor have at least one thing in common. For each, the ability to manage the work/life balance demands on themselves and their key employees’ is a strategic imperative.

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