Employment, family and community activities: a new balance for women and men - Summary of the UK national report

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16 November 2000
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The report explores the impact of the changing balance of activities for men and women in the three spheres of employment, community and family life by focusing on employment in the household services sector. It mirrors seven other studies carried out in EU member states and includes: a review ofRead more

The report explores the impact of the changing balance of activities for men and women in the three spheres of employment, community and family life by focusing on employment in the household services sector. It mirrors seven other studies carried out in EU member states and includes: a review of statistical evidence on household services (childcare, eldercare, cleaning, catering and home maintenance); an exploration of relevant national level policy developments; an investigation of household services development in Leeds and Sheffield;and research into the situation, experiences and attitudes of workers in a variety of household services using face-to-face interviews.

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    Employment, family and community activities: a new balance for women and men - Summary of the UK national report

    The report explores the impact of the changing balance of activities for men and women in the three spheres of employment, community and family life by focusing on employment in the household services sector. It mirrors seven other studies carried out in EU member states and includes: a review of statistical evidence on household services (childcare, eldercare, cleaning, catering and home maintenance); an exploration of relevant national level policy developments; an investigation of household services development in Leeds and Sheffield;and research into the situation, experiences and attitudes of workers in a variety of household services using face-to-face interviews.

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