By Ewa Fratczak, Livia Sz. Oláh
This quantity addresses the connection among childbearing, paid paintings and work-life stability guidelines throughout Europe within the twenty first century, illuminating the uncertainty and possibility relating to insecure labour strength attachment, the incoherence of women's and men's entry to schooling and employment and the unequal proportion of family obligations.
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Working very short part-time means limited income and career prospects, as well as the risk of losing social rights linked to employment, such as unemployment and sickness benefits, and pension (Montanari, 2009). In Sweden, the eligibility conditions to unemployment benefit include an at least one-year-long membership to an unemployment insurance fund (A-kassa) and having been employed for 480 or more hours for at least six continuous months (Arbetsförmedlingen, 2011), which equals at least 17 hours of work a week (OECD, 2007).
Childbearing, Women’s Employment and Work-Life Balance Policies in Contemporary Europe by Ewa Fratczak, Livia Sz. Oláh