4 edition of Dual-career couples in the public sector found in the catalog.
|Statement||Willa M. Bruce and Christine M. Reed.|
|Contributions||Reed, Christine M.|
|LC Classifications||JK765 .B78 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 178 p. :|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||90022121|
There is a felt need to balance and integrate family needs and career requirements (Sturges & Guest, ) and research in the field of work–family interface has increased dramatically in the past two decades (Frone, Yardley, & Markel, ). The changing social structures arising out of dual career couples, single parent families, an Many large corporations are proactively developing hiring and personnel management policies to accommodate dual career couples employed by them. Neither the public sector in general nor universities in particular have developed such policies and little is known about what universities are doing to accommodate dual career couple applicants or ://?id=ED
Dual-career couples – i.e. both partners pursue careers – represent a threat to the mobility of the work force today. Family issues are one of the main reasons for expatriate failure (Lee , pp. –). Among others, Stahl et al. (, p. ) consider non-work related issues such as family PDF | On Jan 1, , Michael Harvey and others published Global dual-career couple mentoring: A phase model approach | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate
DUAL CAREER COUPLES AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT, FAMILY AND REALLOCATION ISSUES SERVICES PROVIDED BY LARGE CORPORATIONS AND SMALL COMPANIES ABSTRACT As the dual career couples phenomenal increase rapidly in the global economy, large and small companies need to provide reliable services in order to alleviate the work-life challenges to support dual career couples For dual-career couples who have decided not to relocate together, like the case of Fortune power couple Tamara and John Lundgren—he the former CEO of Stanley Black & Decker in Connecticut, and she the CEO of Schnitzer Steel Industries in Portland—the decision not to move can be just as significant and beneficial to both ://
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Read this book on Questia. Based on extensive survey data, this book presents the first comprehensive examination of public sector dual-career couples and the problems commonly faced by human resource managers in this :// Based on extensive surveys, it presents a comprehensive profile of public sector career couples and explores solutions to common problems faced by human resource managers in this field.
The authors first examine dual-career couples as a segment of the workforce, the lifestyles of these couples, and the challenges they face in work and family › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Social Sciences.
Dual-career couples in the same organization are often perceived by the public to reflect nepotism; and 40 percent of survey respondents reported ethical dilemmas arising from these Situations.
Nevertheless, a majority relied on merit procedures to assure competence, prohibiting only supervisory relationships between :// The Dual-Career Workforce: An Emerging Challenge Portraits of Dual-Career Couples Current Management Practices Dual-Career Couples in Public Organizations Legal Issues and the Dual-Career Couple Integrating Dual-Career Couples into Your Work Place Into the Twenty-first Century: A Framework for Action Appendix: Research Methodology Index The struggle to balance two demanding careers is a dilemma that many employees face daily.
Our recent study of more t workers with spouses or live-in partners in a variety of professional sectors found that 89 percent of women and 70 percent of men are part of a dual-career couple (DCC)—a couple in which both partners have :// /our-insights/how-dual-career-couples-find-fulfillment-at-work.
The career aspirations of women worldwide gave rise to the increasing prevalence of dual-career couples who are required to constantly navigate between their personal and professional lives (Abele Disadvantages of Dual Career Couples: Dual career couples Dual-career couples in the public sector book the new trend of 21st century.
With increased number of women getting an opportunity to learn and pursue their career, the dual career couples problems or two-body problem has seen a rise.
Both the couples are serious about their career, highly educated and are together running a dual Domsch ME, Krüger-Basener M () Personalplanung und -entwicklung für Dual Career Couples (DDCs). In von Rosenstiel L, Regnet E, Domsch ME (eds) Führung von Mitarbeitern.
Handbuch für erfolgreiches Personalmanagement. Schäffer-Poeschel, Stuttgart, pp – Google Scholar Assisting dual career couples key to advancing women in academia.
Although a dual career job search can greatly influence the trajectory of either partner’s career, studies have shown that dual career hiring can play a large role in successfully hiring and advancing :// The term dual-earner couple refers to a cohabiting couple where both partners work in the labor market.
The term dual-career couple refers to a dual-earner couple where both partners are pursuing a career, that is, both are committed to work and perhaps also to progression at work. The term one-and-a-half-earner couple is sometimes used when one partner works part-time to complement the main DUAL CAREER COUPLES AND THEIR WORK LIFE BALANCE DR.
ARCHANA TIWARI Lecturer, Dept. of Business Administration, SPC Govt. College Ajmer, India Abstract Dual career couples appear to be an increasing part of the work force. The role of working women has changed throughout the world due to economic conditions and social demands.
Issue-3 Full paper HR. Dual-career couples—couples in which both people in the relationship work outside the home—are more common than ever. According to the latest research from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), nearly half of marriages in the U.S. are composed of dual-career couples—and that’s just couples without kids.
Add children into the mix, and BLS statistics show both parents work in 63% of Couples That Work: How Dual-Career Couples Can Thrive in Love and Work - Kindle edition by Petriglieri, Jennifer. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Couples That Work: How Dual-Career Couples Can Thrive in Love and › Kindle Store › Kindle eBooks › Business & Money. Dual Career Couples – so werden diejenigen Wissenschaftler-Ehepaare (oder -Partner) genannt, bei denen der eine nicht zu Lasten des anderen Karriere macht, sondern beide ihre beruﬂichen Interessen mit denen ihres Arbeitge-bers zu koordinieren versuchen.
Die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft /geschaeftsstelle/publikationen/ Jennifer Petriglieri is an associate professor of organisational behavior at INSEAD and the author of Couples That Work: How Dual-Career Couples Can Thrive in Love and Work (Harvard Business Dual-career couples, defined as two people in a committed relationship each with a career, are not a new focus for helping professionals (Hester & Dickerson, ; Rapoport & Rapoport, ).
However, the prevalence of dual-career couples has changed in recent years. In previous generations, women who com- The purpose of this article is to report on original research which identifies public sector policies for recruiting and retaining dual-career couples in the workplace.
These policies cover a range of personnel practices, from hiring both spouses in the same agency, to assisting dual-career spouses to find employment elsewhere in the :// The percentage of women in dual-earner marriages who out-earn their husbands went from per cent in to per cent in to per cent in Managing dual-career relationships involves a series of trade-offs between career growth, professional endeavours and commitments to family and community.
Couples can struggle with the Dual career couples are the couples working in same or different organisation with an ambition to pursue goals in career. They are focussed to career goals and -family conflict is defined as “a form of interrole conflict in which the to improvements in the performances of academic dual-Career couples.
Key Words: Quality of work life, academic dual career couples, Performance, private universities, India I. Background Of The Study The term‖dual-career‖ was first coined in by a European academic couple, Rapoport & Rapoport (), Rapoport & Rapoport ().
Responses from of 1, public agency personnel directors showed that 40% had ethical dilemmas when 2-career couples were employed in the same agency.
Most prohibited only supervisory relationships between spouses and offered employment assistance. Reform of the merit system may be needed to stay competitive in the face of this demographic ://?id=EJ Dual career couple 1.
DEFINITION Dual career couples are families in which both heads of households pursue careers and at the same time maintain a family life together.
Both have high degree of commitment to their career 2. ADVANTAGE EXTRA INCOME MORE EQUALITY HAPPIER SPOUSES ://Dual Career Academics is a set of web resources from the Clayman Institute at Stanford University, including Dual-Career Academic Couples: What Universities Need to Know, a report that explores the impact of dual-career partnering on hiring, retention, professional attitudes, and work culture in the U.S.
university sector. It also makes