Defines and measures public policies that are successful in meeting the needs of working families. Identifies essential goals for work-family policy and examines individual country's public policies for working families relative to global standards.
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Title: The Work, Family, and Equity Index: How Does the United States Measure Up?
Publication date 2004-06-01
Publication Year 2004
, Jeffrey Hayes
, Jody Heymann
Project on Global Working Families
, paid leave
, labor codes
, global working
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