Last year, the U.S. Senate passed a resolution designating October as National Work and Family Month (more information can be found at the National Work-Life Initiative
website). This is a significant step for all who have been advocating for greater understanding that employees do not check their personal lives at the front door of their organizations. We are all whole beings who desire to have full lives in which the personal and the professional are integrated.
Throughout the month, I'll be blogging on this topic and incorporating resources of value and interest. Anyone with thoughts or questions, let's hear from you
. We've come to an exciting time in the history of work - one where individuals have more power to make meaningful choices than ever before.
Categories: c.Careers; c.Living