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Lechner, Reiter & Riesenfelder
Sozialforschung OG, Wien

Parents@Work: Changing Perceptions! (Research, 2019-2021)

Parents are disadvantaged in workplaces because of their parenting or childcare responsibilities. This has been shown in research as well as through experience gained by counselling agencies such as state equality bodies.

Discrimination often begins in pregnancy and later women continue to do the majority of childcare tasks. Thus, they are much more negatively affected than men. If men want to take on family responsibilities they do not meet the “masculine” role perception and are then also discriminated against in the workplace. Discrimination may include pejorative remarks, deterioration in work atmospheres, designation to inferior tasks and even termination of employment.

Discrimination usually occurs due to prejudices:  parents are seen as being less flexible, productive and professionally involved and causing organisational difficulties to the employers because of their parenting responsibilities. Changing attitudes of companies, parenting employees themselves and society in general is necessary. This would lead to more positive perception and reduce discrimination against parents in the workplace.

In the scope of the project “Parents@work": Changing Perceptions!” the following activities are planned:

Project Partners:

This project is co-funded by the European Union in the context of PROGRESS.

For futher information, please visit our project website: https://parentsatwork.eu

https://www.facebook.com/pg/Parents-at-Work-Changing-Perceptions-113732856995474/posts/?ref=page_internal

Team: Nadja Bergmann, Claudia Sorger

Client: European Commission

Status: running


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Forschungsbericht1_CaseStudies_parentsatwork_Juni_2020_LR_GAW.pdfForschungsbericht1_CaseStudies_parentsatwork_Juni_2020_LR_GAW.pdf

 


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