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Key facts for Go Home on Time Day 2014

Go Home on Time Day is your chance to reassess your work-life balance and improve your well-being both in the workplace and at home. And if you really need any more reasons to take part, here are a few key facts to show why Go Home on Time Day is so important: 444 more words

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Building Relationships with Exceptional Families

Editor’s note: This is a guest blog by Richard Schott, Senior Chief of National Programs at Child Care Aware® of America. Rich is a 25-year veteran and retired colonel in the United States Marine Corps. 572 more words

Child Care

What a dad wants, what a dad needs... has changed

When my brother was born, my dad took the day off work. He was overjoyed about the birth of his first child and couldn’t wait to spend as much time as he could with him. 808 more words

Family And Medical Leave Insurance

Eating together for Go Home on Time Day

Working Families research shows that ‘less than a third of families find time to sit down and eat a meal together once per day and forty five percent only manage a maximum of 3-5 meals as a family each week at best… 190 more words

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Working Smarter for Go Home on Time Day 2014

Have you developed a long-hours habit? Regularly staying late at work and finding that your family life is suffering? Missing out on fun? No time for exercise, hobbies, social life or me-time? 473 more words

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Osaka zone a litmus test of foreign worker policy

Osaka zone a litmus test of foreign worker policy

by Eric Johnston
Staff Writer
The Japan Times
Jul 20, 2014

A long-sought immigration system that will provide Japanese working families, and working women in particular, with much-needed help and create a more multiethnic Japan, or an ill-considered political sop to female voters that will lead to discrimination and human rights abuses? 1,694 more words

Foreign Domestic Workers

Go Home on Time Day 2014 Pledge Notes

Go Home on Time Day provides an opportunity to think about how you can make the most of your time outside of work. Making positive changes to your work-life balance can significantly reduce stress and anxiety, helping you become more productive and engaged in the workplace and a lot happier outside of work. 168 more words

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