​Straight A's don't exist in work-life balance

DENVER BUSINESS JOURNAL - Today’s workplace — and workforce — emphasizes work-life balance.

Company perks like extended parental leave, quarterly off-sites, and paid time off are top priorities for employers and employees alike.

et living a balanced lifestyle is no simple task. Men and women at all stages of their careers now manage both a family and a full-time job. In 2015, 60.6 percent of married-couple families included two working parents.

When juggling work and family, it is impossible to find a perfect balance.

Read more from the Denver Business Journal: http://bizj.us/1ooy2c.

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