- Gender Statistics Database
- Toolkit page
... career impact (Teasdale, 2013). FWAs typically refer to flexibility on how much, when and where employees can work (Eurofound, 2017c; ... a similar share of women (65 %) and men (62 %) had no flexibility in setting their working-time arrangements, meaning that ...
... issues focusing on labour market policies and work flexibility in Romania. The active internal dynamics regarding gender issues ... is information about the regulatory framework of labour flexibility at the national level, collective agreements, company level; ...
- PublicationEmployment12 January 2015
- Good practiceEmployment
... single mothers, who find it difficult to be flexible. As flexibility has become a new qualification in the labour market, parents, and ... opening hours in Denmark were liberalised in 2012, making flexibility a precondition for a job in retail. The project conducts annual ...09 March 2015
- ResourceEmploymentFlexible working time arrengements and gender equality. A comparative review of 30 european countries
This review sets out the relationship between working time flexibility and gender equality and compares the state of play in 30 European ... (EU-27 and EEA/EFTA). It gives an overview of working time flexibility throughout Europe as well as in-depth analysis of flexibility in ...
... to the way that work is organised, and argues that greater flexibility over working hours is something that should be an option for all ... It discusses the legal rights to individual working-time flexibility in the UK compared to Germany and the Netherlands, and presents ...
- Toolkit page
... associated with two closely related processes: increased flexibility of work and the emergence of new forms of work. Increases in work flexibility date back to the 1980s, when the introduction of ICT transformed ...
- ResourceCulture01 January 2006