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Work/Life Balance Good for Business

Contrary to conventional wisdom, encouraging employees to find time for their families and life outside of the office is good for business. According to Fortune Magazine’s latest ranking of the 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2007, four of the best 25 companies also received high marks for promoting a healthy work-life balance.

Joan Gurvis, campus director of the Colorado Springs Center for Creative Leadership and co-author of Finding Your Balance, isn’t surprised.

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