Human Resources (HR)

 

128 The Work-Family Interface
0 Elder care
0 Family Leave
0 Taxes
0 Work hour limits
0 Health care coverage
0 Health care expense
0 Quality of life
0 Happiness
0 Vacation entitlements
0 Paid leave
2. Try to construct a “Family Bill of Rights,” a statement outlining certain things
all families in the United States should have access to. After composing your Family
Bill of Rights, look at the one constructed by Take Care NCt and consider whether
you would want to add any items identified in this resource (www.takecarenet.org/
WorkFamilyBOR.aspx).
Then consider the extent to which whatever you identified is universally accessi-
ble. If it is not, why is it not available?
3. Try to construct a “Workers’ Bill of Rights,” a statement outlining certain
things all employees in the United States should have access to. Then consider the
extent to which whatever you identified is universally accessible. If it is not, why is
it not available?
4. Consider any work-family policy of your choice (e.g., affordable childcare,
paid family leave, increased minimum wage standards) and try to articulate a
social justice, business, and collective interest case for that argument. See if you
can find any relevant supporting data to support your argument (e.g., unequal
access or risk to specific groups, potential cost savings to employers or societies).
Of the three arguments to be made, which rationale provided the most compelling
case for your stance?
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