During a forum for women accountants last week in New York, the discussion, both in and outside of the continuing education sessions, often turned to work/life balance.

Rather than grumbling about the glass ceiling and unfair treatment in the workplace, the gathering of about 60 women participated in thoughtful, constructive conversations about how to realistically achieve that balance, and encouragingly, by most accounts, discovered that the old corporate model of 'up or out' is fast becoming a thing of the past.

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