Work-life balance and the women statistical discrimination in the labour market
This paper deals with woman statistical discrimination on the labour market and presents it as one of the possible barriers to the full realization of women's human capital. It analyses problems, which cause so far insufficient utilization of the institute of law on the juridical practice in the Czech Republic, when mentioning women discrimination on the labour market. It deals with work-life balance programs and interprets them as one of the ways that could to break through traditional stereotypes and diverse the perception of moment by firms and contribute to reduce their discriminating behaviour. It divides these programs according to the part of work responsibility left on a woman and how they influence her future work career.
ysoká škola ekonomická v Praze, Národohospodářská fakulta, Katedra ekonomie, Nám. W. Churchilla 4, 130 67 Praha, Czech Republic
Dagmar Brozova, Vysoka skola ekonomicka v Praze, Narodohospodarska fakulta, Katedra ekonomie, Nam. W. Churchilla 4, 130 67 Praha, Czech Republic; http://www.ec.sav.sk; http://text: www.ceeol.com
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