Christine Day, CEO of Lululemon Athletica, still manages to fit exercise into a hectic work schedule.
By Alex Konrad, reporter
FORTUNE -- As CEO of a global athletic brand (new stores just opened in London and Hong Kong), Christine Day travels two weeks out of five -- all while keeping up a fitness regimen befitting the company she leads. Whenever she visits a store, she has Lululemon (LULU) employees who run in-store classes MOREDec 4, 2012 5:00 AM ET
The Princeton professor and former State Department official discusses her take on leadership and work-life balance.
FORTUNE -- In what felt like a knockdown, drag out election season, we heard plenty about the problems in Washington and improving the lives of American women. As a foreign policy professor and a woman who has worked in Washington, Anne-Marie Slaughter knows these issues all too well.
Slaughter currently teaches at Princeton, but last year, MOREShelley DuBois, writer-reporter - Nov 7, 2012 12:35 PM ET
Higher-ups who could give your career a boost sometimes look askance at the need for flexibility, but you may be able to quell their doubts.
FORTUNE -- Dear Annie: Your article about the importance of mentors and sponsors made me wonder about something that's happening in my own career, and probably lots of other women's, too. After three years at a large Wall Street firm, I got laid off in 2008 MOREAnne Fisher, contributor - Oct 4, 2012 1:34 PM ET
Today's business world is so competitive that those who reach the very top must focus "all-in" or lose out to their rivals, much in the same way as Olympic hopefuls. By Katherine Reynolds LewisJul 26, 2012 10:48 AM ET
A small but growing number of companies are encouraging their staff to take time off from their BlackBerrys and smartphones or reduce their dependence on email. By Gary M. SternJun 21, 2012 10:26 AM ET
One way this economic slowdown has differed from past recessions: Efforts to help people balance work and family actually increased, says one study. By Anne FisherAnne Fisher, contributor - May 3, 2012 9:52 AM ET
Companies that strive for greater work-life integration should be prepared to deal with issues that never entered anyone's mind when people kept personal life safely at home.
By Megan Hustad, contributor
FORTUNE -- Stressed at work? Russ Eisenstat recently made the suggestion on this site that we're not merely discouraged by news of a still sluggish economy or by wonky work-life balances, but that we feel pinched by company cultures that compel MOREJan 3, 2012 9:42 AM ET
Overworked and under pressure, fewer people are taking the time off from work that they're entitled to. Here's why you should. By Anne FisherDec 22, 2011 11:54 AM ET
For family-owned businesses, melding personal and business life creates a unique brand of conflict. By Shelley DuBoisNov 8, 2011 9:43 AM ET
More American fathers are assuming an increasingly active role in raising their children, but many employers haven't adequately responded to their changing needs. By Katherine Reynolds LewisJun 17, 2011 2:21 PM ET
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