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Marital and Family Status of Workers. by United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Written in English

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SeriesUS Bureau of Labor Statistics Special Labor Force Report -- 94
ContributionsWaldman, E.
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Open LibraryOL21715965M

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Marital and family status of workers by state and area. [Washington]: U.S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title. The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between work-family conflict with marital satiction and between work-family conflict and job satisfaction. This research is survey research. The population in this study were nurses who worked in hospital X in Purwokerto with a sample of 40 people (men = 6 people and 34 women).Author: Dyah Astorini Wulandari, Hazalizah binti Hamzah, Nurul Ain Hidayah binti Abbas. File Name: Marriage And Family Chapte 11th Size: KB Type: PDF, ePub, eBook Category: Book Uploaded: Rating: /5 from votes. This brief report presents and discusses statistics on the marital and family characteristics of workers in [e.g., nearly 40 million married men and 20 million married women were among the 88 million person labor force, and of the million increase in the labor force, three-quarters consisted of married women (34 percent), single men (24 percent), and single women (15 percent)].

  New insights into the relationship between marital status and work-life balance are provided. © The Authors. Published by Elsevier B.V. Selection and/or peer-review under responsibility of PSIWORLD Keywords: marital status; work-life balance; quality time dedicated to family; motivational policies; 1. Employers may discriminate based on marital or parental status when they deny employment or promotions, harass, pay less, or otherwise take negative employment action against an employee because of the employee's status as a parent, or as a single or married person. Percent of mothers and fathers employed by marital status; Family type Age of children Parent Percent employed; Married-couple families: years, none younger: Mother: Married-couple families: under 6 years: Mother: Married-couple families: under 18 years: Mother: Families maintained by mother: under 18 years: Mother:   Abstract. The toll that the stress inherent in navigating work and family can have on marriages is well documented. While previous scholarship has highlighted the particularly salient roles of work-to-family conflict and family-to-work conflict, we know little about the impacts of the joint experience of these forms of conflict on marital satisfaction.

Authored By: Msgr. Cormac Burke. MARITAL AND FAMILY COMMITMENT: A PERSONALIST VIEW. by Cormac Burke. This century has seen an ongoing debate within the Church about the ends of marriage. A traditional understanding presented these ends in a clear hierarchy or order of importance: a "primary" end (procreation) and two "secondary" ends (mutual help and the remedy for concupiscence). These findings were compiled from the annual nationwide survey of marital and family characteristics of workers in the population 16 years old and over. Appended to the report are statistical tables and charts. (BP) Descriptors: Employed Women, Employment Patterns, Employment Statistics, Heads of Households, Labor Force, Marital Status, Tables. the basis of an applicant’s family or marital status. Employers should avoid asking applicants for information that would reveal their family or marital status. There are exceptions to these rules where family or marital status relates to a bona fide occupational requirement (the legitimate requirements of the job). Employment practices. Family status and marital status. INFORMATION SHEET. A printable PDF version of this information sheet is available.. The Alberta Human Rights Act (the Act) prohibits discrimination based on the grounds of family and marital status. What is family status? Family status is defined in the Act as the status of being related to another person by blood, marriage or adoption.