Before you implement a work-life program, try to consider all the ways it will affect your company's culture. A program based on incentives, for instance, could foster competition instead of the collaborative atmosphere that you desire, says Krista Brockwood of the Sloan Work and Family Research Network. Alison Greco writes that you should "[s]tudy your company's current culture. Listen to coffee station conversations. Note the areas of effort or anxiety voiced by employees and managers."
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