Subject: Šeimai palanki politika | S3 | Lithuania ; Family friendly policy ; Worker friendly policy ; Work-life models | 01S - Teisė | Family friendly policy | Socialinės politikos fakultetas
Family friendly policy is workplace policies that assist employees in combining family and work responsibilities. Significant and dominant feature of the contemporary Lithuanian labour market is women's increasing participation while they still predominantly hold domest... View more
1. Baldock J., Manning N., Miller S., Vickerstaff S. (ed.). Social Policy. - New York: Oxford University Press, 1999
2. Barnet R. C. A New Work-Life Model for the Twenty-First Century // ANNALS, AAPSS, 562, March 1999.
3. Castles F. C. The world turned upside down: below replacement fertility, changing preferences and familyfriendly public policy in 21 OECD countries// Journal of European Social Policy. 2003. Vol. 13 (3).
4. Commission of the Family. Final report to the minister for social, community and family affairs, "Strengthening families for Life". Dublin Stationery Office, 1998.
5. EC (European Commission). Annual Report on Equal Opportunities for Women and Men in the European Union 2000, COM (2001) 512 final.
6. EC (European Commission). Restructuring and Employment. Anticipating and accompanying restructuring in order to develop employment: the role of the European Union. Communication from the Commission. COM(2005) 120 final.
7. EC (European Commission). The Social Policy Agenda (2006-2010). Communication from the Commission. [COM(2005) 33 final - Not published in the Official Journal].
8. Esping-Andersen G. The Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism. - Cambridge: Polity Press, 1990.
9. Hardy S. and Adnett N. The Parental leave Directive: Towards a Family-Frienly Social Europe? // European Journal of Industrial Relations. 2002. Vol. 8. No. 2.
10. Hantrais L., Letablier M. T. Family and family policies in Europe. - London and New York: Longman, 1996.