Thursday, October 28, 2010

Mary Curlew: The top five issues affecting working families today

My work includes the research through my Google Reader and the magazine peer alerts for content to be added on the site of Sloan and family research network. In so doing, I feel a bit as I am held back the valves. Research and new sources are flooded with information about the intersection of work and life. The benefits together as much information on work-family, not only to the United States interface but also in other industrialised and developing countries is an opportunity to observe emerging themes.

In honour of national work and family month, I compiled a list of top five more talking to families who work abroad for approximately six months and the United States issues.This list is based on the trends observed while combing through articles from magazines, newspapers, blogs and various RSS feeds which address the issues of work - family YH ''ve included links to information that I think that sums up the issue in a unique and insightful way.

# 5. Boomers are aging! the boomers are aging!
As our population ages, a lot of work-family issues arise: care for seniors, phased retirement, talent management and an ageing workforce.

# 4.De continue or pursue: the cost of discrimination based on sex gender and increase their family responsibilities.
Some examples of lawsuits filed as comments on the question of discrimination of family responsibilities (DRA), based on gender and pay equity.

# 3.The motherhood manifesto revisited: Dads need adjustment of work and life, too.
One way to deal with # 4 (the rising costs of discrimination) is working on # 3 (balance work-life balance for all workers).

# Flexible 2.Comment can the bourgeoisie is?: the struggles of working families are discussed in the context of economic security.
Thanks to Joe Biden and his Middle Class working group, flexible work schedules take stage.

# 1 .C ' is the economy!: the recession and its effect on working families are and will probably be for a period of time.
The recession is assumed, but its impact on the work-life worthy of the remains.

You have items of interest or topics that you think I missed? what themes do you think emerge in the next 6 months? let's discussion rolling!


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