A growing number of Canadians are facing the challenge of balancing their employment and their family responsibilities. This phenomenon have created a need for and growing interest in workplace policies and programs to enable workers to balance their work and family responsibilities.1 The appearance of family-friendly policies helping employees balance their lives between work and their families. That can mean higher productivity, better morale, and fewer turnovers among staff.
A variety of different family-friendly
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