The Work/Life Collision: What Work Is Doing to Australians and What to Do about It

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Longer working hours, insecure jobs, child care, declining birth rates, parental leave, the "mummy track," the success or failure of feminism--the levels of passion, vitriol, despair, and guilt these subjects engender attest to the importance people place on them, and rightly so. The Work/Life Collision, grounded in thorough quantitative and qualitative research, analyses how these factors affect each other, in particular the collision of work and care and its implications for how we live. Pocock demonstrates how the ...

The Work/Life Collision: What Work Is Doing to Australians and What to Do about It 2003, Federation Press

ISBN-13: 9781862874756

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