Work-Life Balance

We’ve worked hard to create an environment that allows our people to balance their careers with their personal lives. In this day and age of working families, busy schedules, and time constraints, we encourage the pursuit of a healthy, balanced lifestyle that includes a rewarding career and a satisfying life outside of work.

How? Here are a few examples:

Employee Assistance Program

We recently introduced a new, state-of-the-art Employee Assistance Program (EAP) that offers, in addition to traditional EAP counseling, web-based stress-reducing information to help employees deal with issues such as child care, buying a home, elderly care, and debt reduction. In addition, our EAP provides assistance with stress management and achieving individual work-life balance goals.

Annual Wellness Challenge

This month-long challenge is designed to promote healthy living habits throughout our entire organization. Studies show it takes 21 days to form a habit, so after participating in the Wellness Challenge, people become conditioned to live healthier lifestyles. Teams of four compete by keeping track of healthy behaviors throughout an entire month. There are rewards and prizes, but everyone shares in the ultimate victory: greater wellness and balance in their lives.

Lunchtime Learning Programs

These monthly programs are designed to enhance your personal and professional development. Sessions are available in all of our offices and feature topics that include buying a home, developing healthy nutrition habits, and preventing identity theft... all of which help our staff to live better, more informed lives.

Other Work-Life Balance Initiatives:

  • Flexible Work Scheduling
  • Vacation, Sick and Personal Time Off
  • Discounted Gym Memberships
  • Workplace Conveniences such as dry cleaning pickup and postage stamp availability (conveniences vary in each office)
Work-Life Balance
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