- Gender Statistics Database
Information on legal aspects of care leave and care part-time for employees Format : Booklet (print) Bibliographic ...
- Good practiceDigital agenda, Employment
... child’s seventh birthday, parents have the right to work part-time, with a minimal workload; and after the period of parental leave, ... right to take an unpaid leave or work part-time in order to care for a disabled or elderly relative or a child with a serious health ...08 October 2018
- Toolkit pageDigital agenda, Employment
... and uptake of flexible working, by sex Uptake of part-time working or return to full-time employment, by sex Clarifying ...
- Good practicePoverty
Involuntary part-time employment limits economic independence The understanding that ... it concerned employees within certain sectors, in particular care of older people followed by care for people with disabilities. 14 county ...17 October 2016
- Toolkit page
... affect gender roles, particularly in the division of care work at home, is key to progress on gender equality. Policies can ... or ‘one and a half earner’ model, where women combine part-time work with care responsibilities, is now considered the most prevalent ...
- Good practiceCulture
... of department. Conversely, women account for the majority of part-time employees (68%). An analysis of pay shows a lower proportion of women ... the executive board. Conversely, they make up two-thirds of part-time employees. To address this situation, in 2012 the ORF introduced ...06 March 2015
- Toolkit page
... 52 years. Her long-term illness has left her with multiple care needs. In Spain, 16 % of men are over the age of 65, as are 31 % of ... are in full-time education. Their daughter, Asunción, works part-time so she can help her father with household chores and her mother’s ...
- Toolkit page
... are used. While gender imbalances in the sub-domain of care and domestic activities remained relatively stable between 2005 and 2017 ... it is the primary reason for economic inactivity or part-time work. As much as 10 % of women, compared to 0.5 % of men, either do ...
- Policy areaEmployment
... employers that facilitate the reconciliation of work and care roles. The initiative is led by the National Commission for the Promotion ... market concern differences in: employment rate. part-time work. unpaid care and family responsibilities. access to ...05 March 2015
- Good practiceEmployment
... employees can invoke "family time" (periods of time spent on care tasks) as a building block for their career with a view to promotion. In ... of work and care responsibilities. To date, several hundred part-time models exist at all levels of the company’s hierarchy. The aim of ...09 March 2015
... discriminatory norms and attitudes, unequal distribution of care responsibilities and the failure of institutions to integrate gender into ... gaps in the labour market relate to the rate of employment, part-time work, unpaid care and family responsibilities, access to rights and ...18 December 2019
- Policy areaPoverty
... on issues relating to poverty and social exclusion: health care, long-term care and pensions. The strategy also includes 7 ‘flagship ... to structural inequalities such as a higher prevalence of part-time work, unequal division of household work, gender employment ...14 December 2015