Effective work-life programs don't have to be expensive

05/28/2013 | BusinessManagementDaily.com

Even small companies can adopt low-cost work-life programs such as an "autonomy day" that allows an employee to work on any project they want, writes Cali Williams Yost, CEO of Flex+Strategy Group. Southern Ohio Medical Center provides a garden plot for employees to work in during their lunch hours, and personalized perks at Hilcorp Energy include providing horseshoe throwing lessons, she writes as part of this list of real-life examples.

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