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  • ISBN 9264032444
  • ISBN13 978-9264032446
  • Language English
  • Author oecd publishing
  • Publisher oecd publishing (December 3, 2007)
  • Pages 216
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Finding a suitable work/family life balance is a challenge that all parents face. Some people would like to have (more) children, but do not see how they could match that commitment with their employment situation. Other parents are happy with the number of children in their family, but would like to work more. Yet other parents who are happy with their family situation, may wish to work at different hours, or reduce hours worked to spend more time with their children. This book synthesises the finding of the 13 individual country reviews published previously and extends the scope to include other OECD countries, examining tax/benefit policies, parental leave systems, child care support, and workplace practices.Table of Content :Chapter 1. Reconciling Work and Family Life in OECD Countries: Main Findings and Policy Recommendations Chapter 2. The Demographic and Family Environment Chapter 3. Parents in Employment - Achievements and Challenges Chapter 4. Tax and Benefit Systems and the Work Choices by Parents Chapter 5. Parental Leave to Care for Children Chapter 6. Formal Child Care and Out-of-School-Hours Support Chapter 7. Family-Friendly Workplace Practices Bibliography

Finding a suitable work/family life balance is a challenge that all parents face. Many parents and children in OECD countries are happy with their existing work and care outcomes, while many others feel seriously constrained in one way or another.

Finding a suitable work/family life balance is a challenge that all parents face. Some people would like to have (more) children, but do not see how they could match that commitment with their employment situation. Other parents are happy with the number of children in their family, but would like to work more.

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Current Publisher: Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) (1. 787). Articles in this journal. Babies and Bosses - Reconciling Work and Family Life. Published: 9 January 2009. by Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD). in Babies and Bosses - Reconciling Work and Family Life.

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Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, Babies and Bosses - Reconciling Work and Family Life: A Synthesis of Findings for OECD Countries. Ogg, Jim, and Sylvie Renaut. We focus our attention on analysis of cross-sectional differences in unpaid direct care of children.

Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). Babies and bosses – reconciling work and family life a synthesis of findings for OECD Countries. Cite this chapter as: Gabel . 2010) The Development of International Comparative Child and Family Policies. Phipps . Ben-Arieh A. (eds) From Child Welfare to Child Well-Being.

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