Striking a balance
With ever increasing demands on employees, many people find that their home and personal lives suffer. Elizabeth Broderick explains how technology is helping Blake Dawson Waldron staff to reclaim their lives.
These days, there is a growing trend for people to question the wisdom of a life devoted to work. People are more aware of the importance of achieving a balanced life and they are less prepared to kill themselves for the sake of career advancement. In a knowledge economy, people are a law firm’s principal asset and the inability to retain key knowledge workers can impact significantly on the success of the business.
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