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Balancing work and family life on Wall Street

Hamilton I. McCubbin

Balancing work and family life on Wall Street

Stockbrokers and families coping with economic instability

by Hamilton I. McCubbin

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  • 14 Currently reading

Published by Burgess International Group .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Family relationships,
  • Stockbrokers,
  • Work and family

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages216
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11313762M
    ISBN 100808776177
    ISBN 109780808776178
    OCLC/WorldCa20026750

    Today, work–life balance is also a multimillion dollar industry, and a deciding factor in choosing jobs as diverse as Wall Street bankers and physicians. A Google search for “work–life balance” brings up more than ,, results including links for tools for work–life balance, scientific articles, and consulting companies to help.   "There's no such thing as work-life balance," Mr. Welch told the Society for Human Resource Management's annual conference in New Orleans on June "There are work-life .

    Dr. Henry Cloud, whose new book, "The One-Life Solution," addresses work-life balance, talks about the disappearing boundary between the office and home. Every Wednesday, million Wall Street Journal readers eagerly turn to Sue Shellenbarger's "Work & Family" column for advice, guidance, encouragement, and insights into the most important social issue of our day: balancing career and personal life.

      Balancing Work and Family Back in your grandpa’s time, a man was just expected to bring home the bacon and was excused from being too hands on in the child rearing department. Today’s man is expected not only to be a provider, but also a highly involved parent. Tell your boss, family, friends, colleagues, and anyone else involved in your life that you are seeking a better work-life balance. Tell them what your plan is, and ask them to respect it. Step 9: Hire a personal coach. A personal coach can assess your current work-life balance, and can tell you what you can do to achieve optimal balance.


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It's never easy being a mom trying to juggle a full-time job with a family life. Read on for tips on how you can reach an ideal work-life balance.Work life balance. Work life balance is something most parents really crave.

Recent surveys reveal that many parents are eager to make changes so they can work more flexibly, even if it affects their pay, because they know that having time with their children is important. In reality though, getting the balance .Like many women, Sue Shellenbarger has balanced motherhood with a career.

It just so happens that her job is to write about work/life balance. She has been the Work and Family columnist for The Wall Street Journal since She is also the author of “The Breaking Point: How Today’s Women Are Navigating Midlife Crisis.”.