Modern workplaces [consultation]: government response on flexible parental leave. Impact assessment.

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Data supporting the impact assessment for proposals on extending flexible parental leave in the closed consultation on modern workplaces (URN 11/699). The new system of flexible parental leave aims to give parents more choice and flexibility in how they care for their child in the first year, encourage more fathers to play a greater caring role, and increase flexibility for employers and employees to reach agreement. The data analyses of both time-series (e.g. Labour Force Survey, ASHE and Business Population) and regular (e.g. Maternity and Paternity rights surveys) datasets.

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government response on flexible parental leave. Impact assessment - underlying data

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Modern workplaces [consultation]: government response on flexible parental leave. Impact assessment
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ONS birth statistics 2010
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General Register Office for Scotland: births, deaths and other vital events
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Maternity and paternity rights and women returners survey 2009/10
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Maternity and paternity rights and benefits: survey of parents 2005
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Third work-life balance employer survey: main findings 2007

Additional Information

Added to data.gov.uk 16/11/2012
Theme Society
Themes (secondary) Government
Temporal coverage 1/1/2005 - 31/12/2010
Geographic coverage Great Britain (England, Scotland, Wales)
Mandate No value
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