1. Why Flexible Work Hours May Mean More Work for Women
- Author: theswaddle.com
- Date Submitted: 11/10/2021 07:02 AM
- Average star voting: (4.94/5 stars and 79908 reviews)
- Summary: Gendered social expectations may mean managers underestimate their capacities and assume women are “less efficient” at home.
- Match with the search results: Mar 9, 2022 … Another study looked at the overtime hours of men and women in full-time jobs with flexible schedules. For men, earnings increased when they …
2. Employers should set targets for men in flexible work & help dads manage the juggle: Libby Lyons | WGEA
- Author: www.wgea.gov.au
- Date Submitted: 11/27/2019 07:59 AM
- Average star voting: (3.53/5 stars and 46858 reviews)
- Match with the search results: Sep 1, 2019 … This article was written by Libby Lyons, Director of WGEA, and was originally published in Women’s Agenda.
3. Flexible and Rigid Cystoscopy in Women
- Author: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
- Date Submitted: 12/13/2019 06:37 AM
- Average star voting: (4.38/5 stars and 99457 reviews)
- Match with the search results: Thirty-six women were randomized to flexible (18) or rigid (18) cystoscopy. Indications were surveillance (16), hematuria (15), recurrent UTIs (2), voiding …
4. Flexible workspaces, hours: PM for more women in labourforce
- Author: indianexpress.com
- Date Submitted: 03/23/2020 01:23 PM
- Average star voting: (4.0/5 stars and 87958 reviews)
- Summary: On the proposed four labour codes, the Prime Minister said in the last eight years his government has taken the initiative to abolish various laws dating back to the colonial era, which also reflected the ‘slave mentality’.
- Match with the search results: Aug 26, 2022 … Reiterating the need for increasing female labourforce participation, he said, “Future needs — flexible work places, work from home …