I personally believe the term “work/Life balance” is an excuse. That’s because I think you can have it all with a little planning.
Workplace Peer Mentoring allows you to work cohesively, yet competitively without the angst or bitterness that sometimes arises between high performers.
Employees who watch their management team always looking stressed and under pressure (i.e. overwhelmed) never want to be them or have their jobs. It stunts personal growth as a culture in a company.
Resumes no longer offer an accurate picture of the candidate. Employers want a sense of who the individual actually is and resumes have limitations.
By revealing aspects of your personality, you give a strong indication of whether you will make a good hire. The interviewer wants to know what makes you a better choice than another candidate with the same experience and skill set.