It depends on who you ask. In many careers, there's no such thing as work-life balance. Employees are expected to log significant hours, be available at all times and even cancel plans at a moment's notice. And now, with technological advancements enabling widespread remote work, it's no wonder we're experiencing a burnout epidemic. Despite 43% of employees believing that the responsibility falls on their shoulders, Jared Lindzon examines what it takes to maintain a healthy work-life balance as he argues that all parties need to be committed.