FACILITATING FERTILITY AND PAID WORK: CONTEMPORARY FAMILY-FRIENDLY POLICY INITIATIVES AND THEIR SOCIAL IMPACTS IN AUSTRALASIA
- WORK-FAMILY CONFLICT AMONG PARAMEDICAL STAFF. Jasti, Katyayani; Bussareddy, Vasavi // Mustang Journal of Business & Ethics;2011, Issue 2, p121
The last few decades have seen dramatic changes in the demographic characteristics and life styles of the workforce. The single most important change is the increase of women into the workforce, especially that of married women with children. With an increase of women into the workforce and...
- DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS, LIFE COURSE, AND FAMILY CYCLE--THE CANADIAN EXAMPLE: Part II. Employment, Parenting, and Their Alternatives. Matras, Judah // Canadian Studies in Population;1989, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p145
Individual life course and family life cycle responses to demographic trends are the main mechanism by which social and personal life respond to modem demographic, technological and informational changes. Life course structure is itself affected by demographic changes, including extended...
- BARIERY AKTYWNOÅšCI ZAWODOWEJ RODZICÃ“W WYCHOWUJÄ„CYCH DZIECI. Kubów, Adam // Research Papers of the Wroclaw University of Economics / Prace N;2013, Issue 292, preceding p14
The article introduces the problem of professional activity of families with children. It shows selected professional activity barriers and examples of reducing them, referring both to the policy of labor market and family policy. The article also signals the effects of ongoing tensions between...
- An act of balance: Caregiving tips for the sandwich generation. McSteen, Kerstin // Oncology Nurse Advisor;Mar/Apr2012, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p41
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- International comparisons of labor force participation, 1960-81. Sorrentino, Constance // Monthly Labor Review;Feb83, Vol. 106 Issue 2, p23
Compares the labor force participation in eight industrial nations from 1960 to 1981. Rates of labor force activity; Fertility rates and ratios of young children to adult women; Age structure of labor force participation.
- A Cointegration Model of Age-Specific Fertility and Female Labor Supply in the United States. McNown, Robert // Southern Economic Journal;Oct2003, Vol. 70 Issue 2, p344
Cointegration methods suitable for estimation and testing with nonstationary data are applied to U.S. time-series data on age-specific fertility rates, female labor force participation rates, women's wages, unemployment rates and educational attainment, and male relative incomes. Likelihood...
- A Global Graying. Smith, Geoffrey // Insight on the News;03/13/2000, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p31
Discusses the implications of the decline in fertility rates of some countries worldwide. Forecast on labor force and retirement age; Impact of the labor shortage in the United States; Status of fertility rates in Japan.
- Firms should prepare for elder-care issues. Hamilton, Jim // Indianapolis Business Journal;7/22/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 19, p34
Addresses the difficulty of job productivity in firms with employees who are responsible for the health and care of an elderly parent. Problems encountered by employees caring for a sick parent; Finding on a study conducted by the Human Research Institute on a percentage of businesses that...
- The role of education in the reconciliation between female occupation and family responsibilities at mid-life: the Italian case. Bordone, Valeria; Rosina, Alessandro // Journal of Population Research;Mar2013, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p39
This study, based on the data from the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe, deals with the labour market participation of mid-aged women and the reconciliation with family responsibilities. The analysis focuses on Italy, a fast ageing country with a very low female occupation rate....