Work-family programs are meant to help groups, like working mothers and male primary caregivers, with flexible work schedules. However, enrolling in these programs can result in negative career consequences for its members. Recent research examines how participants can reap the program’s intended benefits without suffering negative effects down the road.
Glen Kreiner takes a closer look at Episcopal priests, who constantly juggle the demands of their work lives and their personal lives. From this research, he offers 11 tactics for anyone looking to achieve that delicate balance between work life and home life.