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|Title:||Unlocking the female potential : research report|
Azzopardi, Rose Marie
|Keywords:||Women -- Malta|
Women -- Employment -- Malta
|Publisher:||National Commission for the Promotion of Equality (NCPE)|
|Citation:||Fsadni, M., Azzopardi, R.M., Bezzina, F., Borg, A., Buhagiar, M., Debono, M.,…Spiteri, L. (2012). Unlocking the Female Potential : Research Report. Malta: National Commission for the Promotion of Equality (NCPE).|
|Abstract:||The objectives of the ESF 3.47 Unlocking the Female Potential Project, of which this research forms part, is to address a two-fold overall objective, namely: • To increase the overall female employment rate by providing indirect incentives to work. • To provide policy makers with vital information through the research on the current situation of which this research forms part, of women in Malta and Gozo. These objectives were, in turn, broken down into four specific objectives, namely: • To understand the jobs/skills match and the inactive population in order to ensure employability; • To create a need for businesses to become ‘certified equal opportunities employers’, to have a family-friendly environment at the work place; • To incentivise the inactive to the labour market through better work arrangements available; • To further promote the need for a work/life balance both for men and women.|
|Description:||The item forms part of the research report project: ESF 3.47 Unlocking the Female Potential Project|
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