- Gender Statistics Database
- ResourceEmployment05 Birželis 2015
... country clusters. It also analyses the relationship between paid employment and domestic activities, work–life balance and working time preferences across the life course. ...
- ResourceEmploymentCreating Innovative Working Arrangements through the Support of Public Employment Services for a Better Work Life Reconciliation
... Iceland, Malta, Slovenia and Sweden described the current Work-Life Balance situation in each partner country, the challenges facing ... for employees in order to achieve work-life balance: paid parental leave, followed by flexible working hours, flexibility in ...
- Good practiceEmployment
... 2012, on the basis that the unequal distribution of domestic work impacts on the gender pay gap. The campaign ran between October 2012 and ... and reflection on fairness regarding the division of paid and unpaid work between the genders and the consequences of current ...08 Balandis 2015
- Good practiceEmployment
... about women’s and men’s roles in the family and work, thus encouraging men to take a more active role in the family and ... Secondly, it aimed to increase the number of women doing paid work. Part of this involved changing the workplace mentality by convincing ...09 Kovas 2015
- Good practiceDigital agenda, Employment
... to reduce their working hours or temporarily suspend their paid duties to care for a disabled adult relative or small child. In 2015, ... be taken can even be doubled, if either parent returns to work part-time during a period of parental leave; of if both parents return ...08 Spalis 2018
... The report aims to capture how families reconcile paid work with family life and caring responsibilities, and whether they are ...
- ProjectEconomic and financial affairs, Employment
... elderly and are more likely than men to be involved in both paid and unpaid work. Women’s working lives are more likely to be affected by the care needs ...01 Sausis 2011
- NaujienosEconomic and financial affairs, Employment
... for Gender Equality (EIGE). “Women are using flexible work arrangements to juggle work and family life but this is rarely the case ... factors: women are concentrated in lower level and lower paid jobs, work more (both paid and unpaid) hours, take longer career breaks, ...29 Gegužė 2019
... in the area F: Women and the Economy Reconciliation of Work and Family Life as a Condition of Equal Participation in the Labour Market ... for children and dependent elderly and distribution of paid and unpaid work between women and men. Read more about the event ...20 Spalis 2011
... by EIGE suggests that, despite improvements in policy, the work-life balance for men and women remains unequal in Europe. The research ... example, where paternity leave is transferable, or poorly paid, the take-up is low. Employers may favour male recruits as they are less ...19 Balandis 2011
... the new economy and its implications for the organization of work and life this paper explores how the new media sector has materialized and ... of working allow the temporal and spatial boundaries of paid work to be extended, potentially allowing more people, especially those ...01 Sausis 2003