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Title: The work-life balance : Maltacom plc as a case study
Authors: Cachia, Liana (2004)
Keywords: Work-life balance -- Malta
Time management -- Malta
Work and family -- Malta
Sex differences
Issue Date: 2004
Citation: Cachia, L. (2004). The work-life balance : Maltacom plc as a case study (Bachelor’s dissertation).
Abstract: The objective of this research was to analyse how working parents manage to reconcile their work and home responsibilities, since balancing such domains may prove to be problematic. The investigation concerns Maltacom plc since few studies have been conducted on the telecommunications sector. The focus will be on the factors that effect women's and men's different approach to parenting such as ideological, situational and structural constraints. Policy makers and Executive personnel at Maltacom plc, as well as Maltacom employees were approached in order to elicit different views with regards to the subject. The analysed data revealed that even though though their has been increasing gender awareness within the company, women, more than men, are "forced" to seek a balance between the exigencies of work and family life.
Description: B.COMMS.(HONS)
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