- Gender Statistics Database
- Good practicePoverty
... in the CR. This is partly due to the difficulties with work/life balance and care arrangements. This is a result of the institutional ... gender stereotyped attitudes and practice in the division of household work and care in families, and employment policy that reflects the ...17 October 2016
- Toolkit page
... employer’s premises can help to facilitate better work–life balance. Workers report shorter commuting times, greater working time ... presumably to accommodate their disproportionate burden of household work, despite also being in paid work (see Chapter 5, ‘Domain of ...
- Toolkit pageSchritte 2 und 3: Ermittlung und Entwicklung möglicher Interventionen zur Verbesserung der Vereinbarkeit von Beruf und Privatleben
... mentioned in legislative acts. These would support work-life balance by enhancing the quality and accessibility of care provision; ... the ERDF; additional policy objective for the ESF+) Household waste management, including prevention, minimisation, sorting and ...
- Policy areaEconomic and financial affairs
... The credit is a fully individual right, independent of household type, covering most of the employed population (it is available to ... cohesion, shared benefits of economic development, a decent life and active social participation for all. Relevance of gender in ...05 March 2015
- ResourceHealth, Violence
... Observatory of Crime (OND) a survey called "quality of life and security" with more than 17,000 households. It is a victimization ... and type of violations it addresses the investigation "of life and security" 2007 was a breakthrough for understanding the phenomena of ...01 January 2007
- Policy areaEnvironment and climate change
... to the environmental performance of products over their life cycle reductions in the environmental impact of consumption, including ... is most likely to be marginal land farmed by women for household subsistence rather than the prime agricultural land farmed by men for ...05 March 2015
- Toolkit page
... in gender gaps in pay that combine the effect of individual, household, organisational and country characteristics have to be examined ... and widening of gender inequalities in pay during the life-course (EIGE, 2019c). ...
- Good practiceDigital agenda, Employment
... hand, opposing tendencies are contributing to a more work–life balanced culture among ICT companies — the best way to attract and keep ... and the necessary skills to take control of their digital life. Another of the organisation’s key directions is system changing. ...08 October 2018
- Good practiceResearch
... gender equality, understanding social representations about household tasks and how these are reproduced within the family. The ... the use of measures to reconcile professional and personal life (like flexible working hours), a gender analysis of the utilisation of ...23 September 2016
- ResourceResearch1004/2010. (I. 21.) Korm. határozat a Nők és Férfiak TársadalmiEgyenlőségét Elősegítő Nemzeti Stratégia – Irányok és Célok 2010–2021
... pay gap, women and poverty, gender and health; work-life balance and equality in undertaking household and care duties; inequality of representation of women and men in ...01 January 2010
... that women are more likely than men to be engaged in unpaid household work and child care, and are therefore more often under pressure to reconcile family life and career. As a result, women tend more frequently than men to interrupt ...
... concerning the division of paid and unpaid work (caring and household chores) between men and women. It provides a characterization of ... work, values and attitudes in relation to work and family life. Format : pdf-file and printed, about 230 pages ...