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The Work-Family Challenge
Rethinking Employment

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September 1996 | 192 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
The Context for Change / II. Policy and Practice / III. Barriers to the Effectiveness of Current Policies and Strategies for Moving Beyond Policies to Culture Change / IV. Conclusion CONTRIBUTORS: S. Lewis, P. Moss, J. Lewis, L. Harker, J. Gonyea, B. Googins, H. Holt, I. Thaulow, C. L. Cooper, A. Watts, C. Camp, K. Taylor, P. H. Raabe, J. K. Fletcher, R. Rapoport
Cherie Booth
Foreword
 
PART ONE: THE CONTEXT FOR CHANGE
Suzan Lewis
Rethinking Employment
An Organizational Change Framework

 
Peter Moss
Reconciling Employment and Family Responsibilities
A European Perspective

 
Jeremy Lewis
Work/Family Reconciliation and the Law
Intrusion or Empowerment?

 
 
PART TWO: POLICY AND PRACTICE
Lisa Harker
The `Family Friendly' Employer in Europe
Judith Gonyea and Bradley Googins
The Restructuring of Work and Family in the United States
A New Challenge for American Corporations

 
Helle Holt and Ivan Thaulow
Formal and Informal Flexibility in the Workplace
Cary L Cooper
Corporate Relocation Policies
Suzan Lewis with Anne Watts and Christine Camp
Developing and Implementing Policies
The Midland Bank Experience

 
 
PART THREE: BARRIERS TO THE EFFECTIVENESS OF CURRENT POLICIES AND STRATEGIES FOR MOVING BEYOND POLICIES TO CULTURE CHANGE
Suzan Lewis and Karen Taylor
Evaluating the Impact of `Family Friendly' Employment Policies
A Case Study

 
Phyllis Hutton Raabe
Constructing Pluralistic Work and Career Arrangements
Joyce K Fletcher and Rhona Rapoport
Work Family Issues as a Catalyst for Organizational Change
 
CONCLUSION
Suzan Lewis and Jeremy Lewis
Rethinking Employment
A Partnership Approach

 

Suzan Lewis

Jeremy Lewis

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ISBN: 9780803974692
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