To combat burnout, some firms also offer extended sabbaticals for a wide range of pursuits — to study classical piano, for instance, or work on political campaigns.
But while some of these benefits take the form of highly practical solutions — like on-site child care — others raise questions whether law firms are subsidizing a cushy lifestyle. lifestyles
Collusion is being made possible by the amakudari system of ranking government officials being rewarded with cushy post-retirement jobs in the private sector.
cushy Hide phonetics
adjective INFORMAL DISAPPROVING
a cushy job
UK a cushy number (= an easy job or situation)
The practice of changing jobs frequently, especially as a means of quick financial gain or career advancement.