The LifeWork Story
In 1980, Larry Breault was the 36 year-old US President of an international Technology company. He had reached the top of his profession, but the hours and constant travel did not allow the type of work and life balance he sought for himself, his wife Meredith, and two young sons.
Ten years later, Larry had opened nine offices, four owned by him and five sub-franchises, with total annual revenues more than $10 million, while leading a rewarding family and community life. With his children about to enter college, he moved with Meredith to Port St. Lucie, Florida, and narrowed the office’s focus to its clients in the fields of payments and retail technology, specializing in aggressive growth companies and clients with global expansion plans.
Always having the itch to "do his own thing", Jason Breault opened LifeWork Search in January of 2006, launching a full-fledged Supply Chain practice which has since grown to be the leading national search firm specializing in supply chain planning within consumer goods. LifeWork Search has worked with leading soft goods, hard goods and food & beverage companies- as small as $50 million in size and as large as $20 billion in size- to identify top talent in areas like demand planning, supply planning, operations planning, productions planning, and sales & operations planning (S&OP).
We have taken LifeWork balance seriously for 30 years, and believe that success in one aspect does not need to diminish success in the other. To the contrary, success in one should propel success in the other.
Jason Breault continues to espouse the philosophy of balance and that a successful LifeWork path is to “Learn, Earn and Return.”
In 1980, the concept of tremendous success in both life and work was an anomaly, a possibility that existed for very few professionals. Today, through technology and 30 years of findings supporting the idea that balanced workers are productive workers that make clients highly profitable, we continue to attract employees, candidates and clients who believe success on all levels is not only possible, but the only considerable option.