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Reardon, Nadia Ramoutar
May 2000
Mothering;May/Jun2000, Issue 100, p72
Focuses on the need for United States workplaces to adopt flexible work concepts to help working mothers cope with motherhood responsibilities. Comparison of maternity leave policies between the United States and other countries; Advantages of flexible work concepts; Arguments of employers toward parents' flexible workplace proposal. INSET: Ways Employers Can Help Working Mothers.


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