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Work-life balance and family friendly policies

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  • Natalie Skinner

    () (Centre for Work + Life University of South Australia GPO Box 2471, SA 5001)

  • Janine Chapman

    (Centre for Work + Life University of South Australia GPO Box 2471, SA 5001)

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This paper presents Australian and international research on work-life interaction. We review the work-life policies and practices that are likely...

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  • Natalie Skinner & Janine Chapman, 2013. "Work-life balance and family friendly policies," Evidence Base, Australia and New Zealand School of Government, vol. 2013(4), pages 1-17, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:exl:22evid:v:2013:y:2013:i:4:p:1-17
    DOI: 10.21307/eb-2013-002
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