Women consider leaving for better work-life balance

Shorter work week, more time at home.
By Laura Cassiani
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 08/10/2001

Women holding top jobs want more flexibility from their employers and are willing to leave their current jobs to find it.

That was the major finding from a recent report that looked at work-life balance issues for top executive women. The survey, commissioned by the Women’s Executive Network (WEN), found that nearly half of the Canadian female executives surveyed said they’ve considered leaving their current jobs in search of a better work-life balance.