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The second work-life balance study : results from the employees' survey / Jane Stevens, Juliet Brown and Caroline Lee

By: Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextSeries: Employment relations research series ; 27Publication details: London : Department of Trade and Industry, 2004Description: xix,182σ. : σιαγ.,πιν. ; 30εκISBN:
  • 0856053937
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 306.36 21 εκδ.
Other classification:
  • 05.03.8
Summary: The aim of this study was two-fold. First, to monitor change since the 2000 work-life balance study by collecting data on (a) employer provision of work-life balance practices and policies; (b) employee take-up of, and demand for, these initiatives; and (c) the impact of employers' provisions (including costs and benefits). Second, to establish a robust baseline for future evaluation of the provisions brought in under Employment Act 2002; in particular the right for parents of young children and parents of disabled children to apply to work flexibly, and the duty of their employers to seriously consider their requests, as well as the introduction of paid paternity and adoption leave.
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The aim of this study was two-fold. First, to monitor change since the 2000 work-life balance study by collecting data on (a) employer provision of work-life balance practices and policies; (b) employee take-up of, and demand for, these initiatives; and (c) the impact of employers' provisions (including costs and benefits). Second, to establish a robust baseline for future evaluation of the provisions brought in under Employment Act 2002; in particular the right for parents of young children and parents of disabled children to apply to work flexibly, and the duty of their employers to seriously consider their requests, as well as the introduction of paid paternity and adoption leave.

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