Work-life balance discussions, once so prevalent among firm management and young lawyers alike, have been overshadowed by the current economic environment. But have the initiatives been completely relegated to the back burner? Some say yes, that the recession could be bridging the gap between Generation X and the baby boomers, with both sides focusing more on office time and billable hours. But others see the harsher environment as an opportunity to bolster flex-scheduling or telecommuting programs.
Is the Work-Life Balance Tipping in Work's Favor?
The Legal Intelligencer
February 5, 2009