6:15 pm, May 23rd | by Colette McIntyre
“I’ve just been so busy!” We say it all the time, don’t we? We say it to our mothers when they harangue us for never calling; we say it to our bosses when they ask us for yet another document that we didn’t know s/he needed; we say it to our friends over “quick drinks” [...]
3:00 pm, April 12th | by Colette McIntyre
In this new digital age, the boundaries between public and private and day and night have been fundamentally altered. Sure, smartphones may unshackle work from location but, increasingly, they are shackling users to work.
11:45 am, March 20th | by Sarah Devlin & Colette McIntyre
It’s pretty easy to be a stay-at-home mom when your husband is pulling down a six figure income.
4:45 pm, March 19th | by Colette McIntyre
I’ve reached my billionaire breaking point. I’ve had it with “having it all.”
10:35 am, March 6th | by Colette McIntyre
Fueled by coffee, the Scarface soundtrack, and his/her own aspirations, the average 20-something is abandoning the concept of work-life balance in favor of “getting ahead.” Whether it be for an unpaid internship or an underpaid entry level job, young adults are facing expanding work hours and an increasing volume of work with little wiggle room to say “no.” Apparently, the new normal is a never-ending grind.
12:30 pm, February 28th | by Colette McIntyre
It’s been tough out there for the ladies as of late: pair one boorish and sexist Oscars broadcast with two parts gender wage gap and a sprinkling of anxiety about whether the VAWA will pass the House of Representatives and you’ve got a recipe for disaster — or at least one killer migraine. Well, I have found the antidote for all this bad lady-hatin’ juju and it’s available for streaming online.
3:30 pm, February 25th | by Colette McIntyre
Typical conversations about work-life balance usually center around the difficulties of being a working parent, but a new study from Michigan State University aims to remind employers that every worker needs a life. Even single, childless employees are struggling to fit non-work interests and relationships into their schedules.
3:30 pm, January 17th | by Sarah Devlin
Hooray for mutually supportive marriages!
12:00 pm, August 11th | by Amy Tennery
Work-life balance: It’s probably the only jargon-y, boring-sounding business term you actually care about — or should, at least. Because while everyone loves sending a strategically timed, 11:37 p.m. email to her boss once in a blue moon, worrying about work around the clock is just a terrible idea.
2:00 pm, January 4th | by Hillary Reinsberg