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Work-Life Integration

Work-life integration doesn’t look the same for everyone, and it may even look different for you depending on the day. Below is our staff’s take on work-life fit. As you read through, ask yourself — what does work-life mean to you?

Phyllis Stewart Pires, Senior Director of WorkLife Strategy, spoke with BeWell about work-life integration and how the term “work-life balance” doesn’t always capture the true picture of how your work and life come together. The full article can be found here.

What Does Work-Life Mean to You?

We asked our staff about this topic and here is what they said.

For more information about this topic visit Work & Life In the News.

Phyllis Stewart Pires

SENIOR DIRECTOR OF WORKLIFE STRATEGY

"Both the challenge and the opportunity to set high expectations for my career trajectory, my family commitments, and my community involvement.  And leveraging the resources, networks, and safety nets available to meet those expectations."

Tess de Guzman

WAITLIST COORDINATOR

"Work-Life to me means being able to face life challenges at work and personal life, as they meld with one another."

Mona Hartmann

CHILD AND FAMILY RESOURCE COORDINATOR

"It means that my personal life goals are being met and my work goals are being met and my contributions are recognized."

Melanie Rappa

WorkLife PROGRAM Coordinator

"Work-Life means finding ways to align my personal goals and career so I can have a more integrated experience."

Caitlin Azhderian

WORKLIFE PORTFOLIO MANAGER

"Identifying what matters most to me--- in my career, in my family, in my friendships, and in my community. And being able to bring my whole self to each in a way that enables me to be present, productive, creative and fulfilled."

Raju Parikh

DIRECTOR OF CHILD CARE PROGRAMS

"WorkLife means making what matters most the highest priority each day and having the full awareness that integration is key to a fulfilling, rich life."