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The Nature and Pattern of Family-Friendly Employment Policies in Britain (Family & Work)

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Published by Policy Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sociology - Marriage & Family,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • British Isles,
  • Family & relationships,
  • Work & labour

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages56
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8629902M
    ISBN 101861344333
    ISBN 109781861344335
    OCLC/WorldCa52880871

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The Nature and Pattern of Family-Friendly Employment Policies in Britain (Family & Work) by Dex, Shirley. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book The nature and pattern of family-friendly employment policies in Britain, Shirley Dex and Colin Smith is published by Bristol University Press. The book The nature and pattern of family-friendly employment policies in Britain, Shirley Dex and Colin Smith is published by Bristol University Press.

The nature and pattern of family-friendly employment policies in Britain We wish to thank the Data Archive at the University of Essex for supplying the Workplace Employee Relations Survey (WERS) data and the funders of the data, for giving us permission to use the data for the analyses contained in this report; namely the Department of Trade andCited by: Introduction; Family-friendly arrangements in British establishments; Employee access to family-friendly policies and practices; Employee commitment as an outcome; The business case for having family-friendly policies; Conclusions.

Further Information. The report The Nature and Pattern of Family-friendly Employment in Britain by Shirley Dex and Colin Smith of the Judge institute of Management, Cambridge University, is published for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation by The Policy In Marchthe government made a historic commitment to end child poverty in 20 years, thus recognising the economic rights of children.

This article documents and analyses British family policy as supporting men, women, and children as by: 2. The evidence for the actions in this report comes from the academic research contributed to the family friendly policies theme of the Workplace Author: Government Equalities Office.

Blog. 21 May How to take care of your mental health while working from home; 20 May How Prezi does project status updates with a distributed workplace. ‘Family Friendly’ Employment Policies: A Route to Changing Organizational Culture or Playing About at the Margins. Suzan Lewis.

Department of Psychology and Speech Pathology, Manchester Metropolitan University. Search for more papers by this author. Formal ‘family friendly’ policies, including flexible or reduced hours of work and Cited by: compulsory maternity leave and an employee is not permitted to work during this time.

Additional maternity leave must immediately follow ordinary maternity leave – there can be no break in-between. Providing the employee has given the required notice, maternity leave will start when the employee desires but cannot be earlier than the. Valley perceive their organizations' family friendly policies.

Specifically, the extent to which family friendly policies are implemented, the perceptions of employees towards these policies as well as differences in the perceptions, if any, among the various demographic groups, will be examined.

A Policy Brief Redesigning the Workplace of the Future For societies and economies to thrive, countries and businesses need to support workers as families and parents, through family-friendly policies, as they carry and raise children from pregnancy to school age.

Family-friendly policies are defined as those policies that help to balance. Work-Family Balance Policies Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Finding and retaining enough employment to economically provide, as well as having time to properly care for the File Size: KB.

This study analyses the extent to which access to family-friendly work practices is influenced or determined by differential access within organisations as compared with differential access between organisations.

The analysis is based upon the Australian Workplace Industrial Relations Survey (AWIRS95), a linked employee employer data set. In Summary. A family-friendly workplace or employer (and government as an employer may be included here) is one whose policies make it possible for employees to more easily balance family and work, and to fulfill both their family and work obligations.

CHANGES IN FAMILY PATTERNS OF EMPLOYMENT Irena E. KOTOWSKA Institute of Statistics and Demography The Nature and Pattern of Family-Friendly Employment Policies in Britain book School of Economics 1.

Introduction Remarkable changes in family formation and dissolution processes, which European countries have witnessed during the recent decades, can be labelled briefly as postponement of marriage andFile Size: KB. The legislations brought into place for implementation of these policies included the Employment Relation Act () in the first term of Labour’s power and the Employment Act () in the second term which increased length of ordinary maternity leave and relaxed employments conditions related to additional maternity leave.

Formal ‘family friendly’ policies, including flexible or reduced hours of work and periods of leave, designed to help employees to balance work and family demands have the potential to challenge traditional models of work and organizational by:   While work-family policies share common elements across borders, the extent and nature of supports vary widely across countries.

This cross-national diversity in policies has supported a substantial body of research on the effect of different policy designs on women's labor market outcomes and, increasingly, on men's take-up of work-family Cited by: Acknowledgments The research contained in this paper was funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation Work and Family Life Programme.

Joseph Rowntree Foundation will be publishing an overview Report covering the results of this and several other papers on aspects of our analyses. This paper is one of a number, therefore, intended to provide technical details to the overview Report.

Family-Friendly Work Practices in Britain: Availability and Perceived Accessibility∗ Using linked data for British workplaces and employees we find a low base rate of workplace-level availability for five family-friendly work practices – parental leave, paid leave, job sharing.

This is the first volume in a series intended to report on the evolution of family policies in Western welfare states (and to compare current provisions).

The developments are presented in the context of a report on family change for each of the countries, and with a view of the economic, political, and institutional climates in which they occurred.

The Effect of Family-Friendly Workplace Environment on Work-Family Stress of Employed Parents Article in Journal of Social Service Research 28(2) October with Reads.

Family policies have changed significantly since the s. While the policies introduced immediately after World War II were based on a male breadwinner model, the posts policies have acknowledged the increase in dual-earner families, the growing instability and diversity of families, and the families’ growing economic vulnerability (Gauthier, ).Cited by: Some family businesses create a Family Employment Committee that reviews personnel decisions regarding all employed family owners and any employee related by blood or marriage.

The committee can convene as needed, and can either be advisory in nature, or be given the power to review and modify decisions.

mainstreamed employment issue” (Kossek and Distilberg,p. A workplace is “family-friendly” to the extent that it acknowledges its employ-ees’ family responsibilities and creates policies that minimize family/job conflicts.

The aim is to create policies and a workplace culture that allow. By fostering a family-friendly culture, your company shows employees that you embrace them fully and that you view them as people — not just employees. Informal activities, such as throwing family-friendly events, hosting a bring-your-kids-to-work day, or participating in conversations about others’ families are a great start.

Research on Family-friendly Employment Policies and Practices in Hong Kong from The Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) and the Women's Commission (WoC) (EOC ). They hope that through this survey, a better understanding in Hong Kong, companies or institutions can help employees balance their work and family roles provides programme needs.

A research project sought to examine young parents’ situation in the labour market. Young people often work long hours, and combining work and family is challenging, as employers do not usually have family-friendly policies in place.

The employee survey focused on issues of employment and work organisation, parental leave, work–life balance. Sarah Jackson OBE, chief executive of Working Families, said: “In many ways, flexible working and family friendly working have never been more part of the bloodstream of British business.

We had a record-breaking number of entries this year, showcasing a wealth of exciting approaches to creating agility in the workplace. Life went on with no serious consequences. The only problem is that nearly half of the work force isn’t eligible to use the policy (e.g., workers in small businesses).

And while the policy was designed to be gender-neutral – meaning that women and men could take time off from paid work to care for a young child – women are the primary users.

THE ECONOMICS OF FAMILY-FRIENDLY WORKPLACE POLICIES W omen greatly increased their participation in the labor force begin‑ ning in the 20th century, marking the start of a fundamental change in our workforce and families. Inonly 24 percent of women worked outside the home, a share that rose to 43 percent by Today the majorityFile Size: 1MB.

Employers should be aware of the family lives of their employees in order to support strong morale and a sense of office community. Implementing family-friendly work policies can improve employee.

Family-friendly practices have been a central element of the British governments’ employment and social policy since New Labour came to power in bringing with it a new wave of employment rights, which emphasises equal opportunities and encourages the.

Table Changing pattern of strikes in the UK Table Changing pattern of UK Employment Tribunal cases Table HR policies and practices: Evidence from WERS Table Trade Union density, Table Union density rates and collective bargaining coverage Table ‘Economic’ Europe and ‘juridification’ in the UK.

employment policies and practices that are designed to improve individuals’ ability to effectively carry out work and family demands over the career span (Kamerman, ). Work-family policies and practices are adopted by employers and governments to help employees jointly. Employment patterns of families with children Lone-parent families There has been a notable increase in the number of lone-parent families with children—fromin toinAuthor: Sharanjit Uppal.

Contrasts in Employment Policies. Tweet. By Jennifer M. Pendergast, Ph.D. Family business experts promote the value of writing policies to govern the relationship of family to business.

By putting policies on paper, family members are forced to come to a consensus on their views. And policies ensure consistency in how family members are treated.

Family-friendly flexibility in the workplace supports optimal early childhood brain development. Child well-being is enhanced when parents are able to spend time with their children.

There are clear benefits of family friendly policies in the workplace; they help to grow. Over a century later, Department of Health initiatives are directed at increasing the size of the medical workforce and promoting family friendly policies and retainer schemes.

2,3 Organisational practices as factors in influencing the balance between work and family life have been debated in the social science literature. 4 – 7 In the Cited by: other employee benefits and policies, work-family policies fall into the "contro-versial or ambiguous" category.

Compared to employment practices such as sick leave or health insurance, work-family benefits are in the early and not yet taken-for-granted stages of adoption (Osterman ).

Although it. The topic of policy change is a widely researched area in public policy and political science. In fields such as education policy, however, there is often an untheoretical approach on ‘what works’.File Size: KB.Family-Friendly Work Practices in Britain: Availability and Awareness.

the Government’s anti-poverty programme may be impaired if parents cannot find family-friendly employment: helping parents to find better jobs through training and search assistance will be of little Another class of family-friendly policies comprises those.Family-Friendly Employment Policies 5 METHODS The design of this study was a survey questionnaire.

This form of research was most appropriate because of its ability to question a large number of students and alumni about their opinions related to family-friendly employment policies. The use of quantitative data from theAuthor: Sarah Morrison.