Liechtenstein - Trade union advocates work-life balance - August 31, 2018

Trade union LANV formulates in its journal a plea for a work-life balance policy, i.e. the time individuals need for a better allocation between work and other aspects of life. LANV quotes results of a survey carried out by the Liechtenstein-Institut on the necessary family policy, with proposed measures that range from improved parental leave to a more adequate organisation of part-time work and lowering of work pressure.

Read on: in German …  The Report: in German…

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