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Flexible working time arrangements and gender equality: a comparative review of 30 European countries

Flexible working time arrangements and gender equality: a comparative review of 30 European countries

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Published by Mary McKeon
European Commission: commissioned under the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Solidarity (2007-2013). Catalogue number: KE 31-10-378 en C .
European Commission: commissioned under the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Solidarity (2007-2013). Catalogue number: KE 31-10-378 en C .

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Flexible working timearrangements and gender equalit
European Commission
A comparative review of 30 European countries
 
This publication is commissioned under the European Union Programme or Employment and SocialSolidarity (2007-2013). This programme is managed by the Directorate-General or Employment, socialaairs and eual opportunities o the European Commission. It was established to inancially supportthe implementation o the objectives o the European Union in the employment and social aairs area,as set out in the Social Agenda, and thereby contribute to the achievement o the EUROPE 2020 goalsin these ields.The seven-year Programme targets all stakeholders who can help shape the development o appropriateand eective employment and social legislation and policies, across the EU-27, EFTA-EEA and EUcandidate and pre-candidate countries.PROGRESS mission is to strengthen the EU contribution in support o Member States’ commitments andeorts to create more and better jobs and to build a more cohesive society. To that eect, PROGRESS isinstrumental inproviding analysis and policy advice on PROGRESS policy areas;monitoring and reporting on the implementation o EU legislation and policies inPROGRESS policy areas;promoting policy transer, learning and support among Member States on EU objectivesand priorities; andrelaying the views o the stakeholders and society at largeFor more inormation see:
http://ec.europa.eu/progress
 
Flexible working time arrangementsand gender equality
 
A comparative reviewo 30 European countries
Janneke Plantenga and Chantal Remery
European Commission
Directorate-General or Employment, Social Aairs and Eual OpportunitiesUnit G1Manuscript completed in November 2009
EU Expert Group on Gender and Employment (EGGE)The national experts
 
(* indicates non-EU countries)
*See page 81 or the list o national reports
Ingrid Mairhuber, Austria Ruta Braziene, LithuaniaDanièle Meulders, Belgium Robert Plasman, LuembourgIskra Beleva, Bulgaria Ilze Trapenciere, LatviaChrystalla Ellina, Cyprus Frances Camilleri-Cassar, MaltaAlena Křížková, Czech Republic Janneke Plantenga and Chantal Remery,the NetherlandsRuth Emerek, Denmark Ania Plomien, PolandFriederike Maier and Andrea Hilla-Carl, Germany Virgínia Ferreira, PortugalReelika Leetmaa, Estonia Elena Zamr, RomaniaMaria Karamessini, Greece Anita Nyberg, SwedenElvira González Gago, Spain Aleksandra Kanjuo Mrčela, SloveniaHanna Sutela, Finland Magdalena Piscová, SlovakiaRachel Silvera, France Colette Fagan, United KingdomMária Frey, Hungary Lilja Mósesdóttir, Iceland*Ursula Barry, Ireland Ulrike Papouschek, Liechtenstein*Annamaria Simonazzi, Italy Anne Lise Ellingsæter, Norway*

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