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Friedman Dana E., 2001
Other
Peer Reviewed
A review of support provided by employers to parents of young children, including such traditional benefits as vacation and health insurance and such family friendly initiatives as on-site child care, paid time off, flexible schedules, and…
Asher Lauren, Lenhoff Donna, 2001
Other
Peer Reviewed
A description of the development and achievements of the Family and Medical Leave Act.
Rubery Jill, Smith Mark, Anxo Dominique, Flood Lennart, 2001
Other
Peer Reviewed
A review of articles discussing the role of the family and strategies to integrate women into the European workforce
Roehling Patricia V., Roehling Mark V., 2001
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

A study of workplace policies with relevant life course variables and their influence on employee loyalty

Meyer Bruce D., Duncan Greg J., 2000
Other
An examination of the material conditions of single mothers and their families before and soon after welfare reform in order to assess the net effect of policy changes on the well-being of families, using data from the Consumer Expenditure Survey…
Zylan Yvonne, 2000
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An exploration of the relationship between publicly funded child care policies and welfare program policies in the United States
Meyer Bruce D., Rosenbaum Dan T., 2000
Reports & Papers
A description of changes in United States social and tax policy encouraging single mothers to work and an econometric examination of the changes on employment
Kamerman Sheila B., 2000
Other
Peer Reviewed
A report on parental leave policies as related to early childhood education and care policies
United States. Department of Labor. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy, 1999
Other
An examination of projected demographic and workplace trends in the 21st century and their implications for workers
United States. Department of Labor. Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy, 1999
Executive Summary
The summary of a report examining projected demographic and workplace trends in the 21st century and their implications for workers
Peebles-Wilkins Wilma, 1999
Other
Peer Reviewed
A position statement of social workers on U.S. Representative Newt Gingrich?s proposal to place the dependent children of welfare recipients in orphanages
Heymann Jody, Toomey Sara, Furstenberg Frank, 1999
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study on the leave a parent has from work in order to take care of a sick child using data from the Baltimore Parenthood Study
Heymann Jody, Earle Alison, 1999
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
A study of the conditions faced by mothers who leave welfare to work and the availability of work benefits that address the children?s health needs, such as paid sick leave and flexible hours
Leira Arnlaug, 1998
Other
Peer Reviewed
A study of policies aimed at gender division in family child care and employment policies in Finland, Denmark, Sweden and Norway
Wisensale Steven K., 1997
Other
Peer Reviewed
A historical overview of child care and family leave policy progressing through the Carter, Reagan, Bush and Clinton administrations, 1977-1993