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  • New record of fathers taking parental benefit
    the number of fathers taking parental benefit has reached a new record From the 678 000 children born in 2010 25 3 of fathers took up the benefit Fathers were more likely to do so when the mother was employed before childbirth Each parent may take up the benefit between 2 and 12 months with 2 months being exclusively reserved for the other parent The majority of fathers 76 however

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  • Report for United Nations on work-life balance policies
    key challenges faced by families today as members attempt to manage work and care and secondly to critically examine policy solutions and initiatives offered by governments employers and civil society actors to ensure work family balance Including examples of public and workplace policies from around the world the paper has sections on parents working patterns the impact of work pressures on family life and work family balance policies and programmes

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  • New law on parental leave in Greece
    remains without payment but an individual parental right is extended from 3 5 to 4 months until the child becomes six 6 years of age instead of 3 5 that was before Working parents that adopt or foster a child are also entitled of a parental leave until the child turns 6 The law also provides for the working parents a a special paid parental leave of ten 10 working

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  • New collective agreement gives 2 weeks paid paternity leave to union members
    Fellesforbundet with 150 000 members in the manufacturing sector has negotiated two weeks paternity leave fully paid by employers in a new two year collective agreement While paid paternity leave has been available to public employees it has been less common in the private sector and it is rare to find male dominated sectors giving priority to family related benefits rather than increased wages Fellesforbundet is normally a frontrunner for

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  • Archive News
    Article Effect of reforms promoting fathers leave 05 Jul 2012 Study investigates the effects of reforms on parental leave use by means of a difference in difference approach Cat Publication Sweden Parental leave Australian Parliament passes Dad and partner pay legislation 05 Jul 2012 Two weeks pay for fathers or other partners taking leave Cat Policy Australia Paternity leave New record of fathers taking parental benefit 27 Jun 2012 Data now published by the Federal Statistical Office show that 25 3 of fathers of children born in 2010 received parental benefit Cat Policy Germany Parental leave Report for United Nations on work life balance policies 02 May 2012 One of three background papers prepared for the 20th anniversary of the International Year of the Family in 2014 examines work life balance policies Cat Publication International organisation Parental leave Parental employment Other work life measures New law on parental leave in Greece 02 May 2012 The Greek Parliament incorporating into the national law EU Directive 2010 18 has just voted a law on parental leave Law 4075 2012 According to this law the length of parental leave which remains without payment but an Cat Policy Greece Parental leave New collective agreement

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  • Call for papers for special issue of the Revue Française des Affaires Sociales
    knowledge on the complex subject of gender and the welfare state through literature reviews and include papers on specific research themes These themes include the weight of history reviewing the past a broad spectrum of recently adopted social protection measures in France and the gender issue salaried employees in the social protection sector horizontal and vertical segregation European legislation and questions of gender equality recent reforms and their impact and

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  • UN Report: Men in Families
    in Families and Family Policy in a Changing World Category Research International organisation Other work life measures 07 Mar 2012 Source O Brien M 2011 Fathers in challenging family contexts a need for engagement Men in Families and Family Policy in a Changing World Report New York United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs http www un org esa socdev family docs men in families pdf http www un

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  • Parental leave in Sweden
    s first year of life previously only one parent could be at home on leave at any one time This simultaneous parental leave and benefits may not be used during the days when one parent is prohibited from transferring parental benefits to the other parent i e the 60 days reserved for either the mother or the father out of the total 390 days of general parental benefits The 10

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