- Toolkit page
... that it can be regarded as a means to promote growth and employment rather than act as a cost or constraint.” (ibid. 2). Gender ... show that with more gender equality there will be higher employment rates as well as the improved utilisation of government investment ...
... seeing if I can work another day or find some other kind of employment around the hours of - you know - taking our daughter to school and ...
- Good practiceResearch
... an initial maternity leave in 2010, she returned to work part-time in a 4-year incremental plan and the School employed a teaching ... any stress associated with trying to balance childcare and part-time work, which, in most instances can amount to substantially more than ...23 September 2016
... in Luxembourg, during 6 months or a year if you're working part-time, so it's attractive. We are encouraged to favour family life over ...
- News articleRegional policy
... your life? How nurseries enable people to participate in employment or education? How street lights, public transport and pedestrian ... In Europe, women are more likely to be employed in part-time roles and perform the bulk of unpaid domestic work. They also spend ...26 January 2016
- News articleEconomic and financial affairs, Employment
... work-life balance initiatives can help to boost women’s employment and close the gender pay gap, but only if both women and men have ... take longer career breaks, and are more likely to choose part-time work to reconcile work and care responsibilities. The price to pay is ...29 May 2019
- ProcurementProvision of Medical Services for the Staff of the European Institute for Gender Equality in Vilnius, Lithuania
... staff members, if required. Provide opinion on possible part-time working. Recommendations on staff member's travel outside the place of employment for medical examinations or medical treatment or for spending the ...08 June 2015
- Good practicePoverty
... nor any specific measures planned for this group. The employment of migrant women as domestic workers is increasing in the CR. This ... and employment policy that reflects the unavailability of part-time and flexible working arrangements and expensive or unavailable ...17 October 2016
- Policy areaTransport
... remove major barriers in key areas and fuel growth and employment by 2050. Furthermore, transport initiatives are also the core ... and women travel: because women are far more likely to be part-time workers, they travel off-peak more often than men. In addition, fear ...05 March 2015
- Toolkit pageEconomic and financial affairs, Employment, Justice
... equality has to be addressed with respect to benefits, employment, income, education, unpaid work, decision-making and health. ... Is an increase or a decrease in jobs (whether full-time, part-time or according to the different employment contracts available in ...
- News article
... equality needs to reach everyone. Barriers to education, employment and health services for persons with disabilities must be ... of hours worked, taking into account the higher incidence of part-time employment among women. Copryight ...28 November 2018
- Policy areaMaritime affairs and fisheries
... in 2012. About 400,000 people in the EU have a full or part-time job in fishing and fish processing. EU fisheries policy promotes ... Unfortunately, the existing statistical data shows employment within the fisheries sector only if this employment is declared and ...05 March 2015