When the work-life balance is a family affair

We interviewed four family groups to find out what it’s like working with their nearest and dearest – and how they manage to keep professional and home life separate

12th September, 2021
When the work-life balance is a family affair
Nicola Hennessy and Suzanne Walsh of Nearly Sisters, a corporate and personal gifting service featuring handcrafted Irish produce. Picture: Barry Cronin

Family relationships can be great. They can also be a little fractious, which is why many people prefer to keep contact to a minimum to ensure everything stays on an even keel. For some, however, not only are family members the most important people in their lives, they’re also their work colleagues or business partners.

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