Work-Life Balance

Recognizing the importance of positive work-life balance, we offer a number of resources to assist with management of these competing demands. Examples of these programs include:

Alternative Work Schedules

This program, which is designed to accommodate family concerns and other outside interests, allows part-time schedules for eligible individuals.

Benefits for Part-Time Personnel

Benefits for part-time personnel provide additional resources and flexibility for maintaining a part-time schedule while meeting important family needs such as health, dental, and vision insurance, retirement savings plans, disability benefits and other financial tools.

Childcare Resource and Referral

Childcare concerns are often at the forefront of balancing work and life. This program offers assistance making decisions about child care, including resources on the selection of day care services and establishment of backup day care arrangements, including access to resources and information on nanny services, in-home childcare providers, day care centers, before-and after-school programs and summer camps/programs available in the local area.

Eldercare Resource and Referral

By providing materials on eldercare services and programs in the local area, this service helps individuals who are assisting aging parents and family members on an ongoing basis.

LifeWorks (Employee Assistance) Program

This confidential service is available to employees and their family members and provides resources and assistance for the resolution of personal and family concerns.

Paid Time-Off Programs

We understand the last-minute demands and stress that occurs when a child is ill or there is a family emergency. To accommodate these needs, individuals may use their personal paid time off for these concerns.

Parental Leave Program (Exempt only)

This benefit offers a four-week paid leave to new parents with a newborn or newly adopted child.

Short-Term Disability

This salary continuation program covers extended illness or maternity leave after an employee has worked six months with the firm.

Note: These work-life programs reflect current firm policy/practice and are subject to change at any time without notice for any reason. This summary is for information purposes only. Some service requirements may apply.