Could it be that this Atlanta-based wealth management company has finally cracked the code?
In her widely circulated piece in The Atlantic, Anne-Marie Slaughter famously made the argument that women still can’t have it all. She wrote that “the women who have managed to be both mothers and top professionals are superhuman, rich, or self-employed.”
Although companies of all sizes can, in theory, promote employees’ work-life balance, a 2014 study by the nonprofit Families and Work Institute found that “small employers are more likely to allow employees to change starting and quitting times within some range of hours, work some regular paid hours at home occasionally, have control over when to take breaks, return to work gradually after childbirth or adoption, and take time off during the workday to attend to important family or personal needs without loss of pay.”
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