Perhaps not quite yet, but there's a great deal more to work-life balance than meets the eye. For the organisation, work-life balance raises questions about your recruitment and employment strategies now and in the future. Do you have the flexibility that will attract the kind of recruits you need and to hold onto them once you have got them? How will they get to work and what will they find when they get there? Whether you're currently based in a crowded urban area or in a rural greenfield site, the chances are that part-time working, remote or homeworking may appeal to some of your people and it may also overcome transport problems and the need to provide expensive office space for everyone, all of the time. And the aspirations of many employees are changing too. New generations want to enjoy the benefits of their work, financial, social and intellectual but they want to enjoy their home life too.