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  • Is there a trade-off between family-friendly practices and earnings?
    availability of family friendly care practices and the impact of such practices on wages The results show that the provision of family friendly practices is mainly derived from job and firm related factors with a trade off between the provision of family friendly practices and earnings indicating the existence of an implicit market in which workers face reductions in their wages This result supports the hypothesis that family friendly benefits

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  • New article on post-crisis family policy reforms
    has often led to retrenchment The question arises how countries have reacted to the crisis in the area of family policy not directly connected to rising unemployment and also not as demanding for state spending as for example the pension system In this new journal article network members Sonja Blum and Ivana Dobrotic together with Lenka Formánková analyse and compare post crisis family policy reforms in three small European welfare

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  • Pioneering fathers: reversing traditional family roles
    roles reports two main motives supporting the career of their partners and the desire to spend more time with their families The fathers perceive two main advantages of their choice the opportunity for a better career for their partner and the happiness of the children Despite the many advantages for their family life the fathers encounter certain difficulties including money isolation negative impact on careers and limited support from friends

    Original URL path: http://www.leavenetwork.org/news/show/?tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=2629&cHash=0248ec33d3003eb982a712b620c45869?&type=98 (2016-02-15)
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  • Childcare availability boosts mothers' employment and children's language
    and significant effect of the availability of public childcare both on mothers working status and children s language test scores A percentage change in public childcare coverage increases mothers probability of working by 1 3 percentage points and children s language test scores by 0 85 percent of one standard deviation there are no effects on test scores for Maths Moreover the impact of a percentage change in public childcare

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  • New study of how parents share childcare in Sweden
    of parental leave in Sweden and the links between fathers leave length and the division of child care when both parents return to work Mothers and fathers parental leave lengths vary substantially depending on the reasons given for dividing leave and fathers parental leave length is related to the long term division of child care as well as to mothers satisfaction with it The study suggests several ways in which

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  • European Reconciliation Package launched by COFACE
    their family life and work responsibilities and presents examples of practices and legal instruments at regional national and EU level as well as workplace solutions that work for all not only working parents with small children The European Reconciliation Package covers four main areas Reconciling for carers Women s employment and the potential of reconciliation Reconciling at the Workplace and Childcare solutions and education For each area a legislative and

    Original URL path: http://www.leavenetwork.org/news/show/?tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=2677&cHash=a374fa56dc63aea132d35635f1fa6dfe?&type=98 (2016-02-15)
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  • Parental leave upgrade dropped
    scheme he had taken to the last election The scheme would have extended parental leave payments from the current 18 weeks to six months and would have delivered full replacement salary up to an annual income of AUD100 000 rather than the current national minimum wage payment rate It would also have included superannuation contributions during the payment period The scheme had been criticised as too costly especially in the

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  • Assessing paid family leave programmes in three US states
    leave to care for a family member with a serious health condition or to bond with a new child A new study compares workers use of leave policies in the first year of each programme s operation Key findings include the first year use of leave was higher in California than in New Jersey or Rhode Island workers used paid family leave most often to care for a new child

    Original URL path: http://www.leavenetwork.org/news/show/?tx_ttnews%5Btt_news%5D=2670&cHash=16f9f370e411b7f07c55e44400d3904f?&type=98 (2016-02-15)
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