Work Policies May Be Kinder, but Brutal Competition Isn't
By: NOAM SCHEIBER of The New York Times
When one takes a look at the corporate world today, he or she may see a change in the workplace environment of some companies. Generous workplace benefits are more commonly being offered to ease the juggle of a an employee's work-life balance.
Competition, however, remains fierce and thriving amongst its workers and other companies. Studies have shown that society is struggling with work-life issues in ever larger numbers. There is high competition for top positions at prestigious firms. This is why workers are not likely to ease up on their work habits, regardless of policy changes that are made.
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