The Acas Strategy Unit produces a range of publications aimed at engaging with the public policy debate on issues impacting on employment relations. As well as referring to external research and policy developments and debate, our publications draw extensively on Acas research and the experience and knowledge of Acas front-line staff.
Helpline advisers, mediators and trainers who interact daily with employers, employees and their representatives provide a unique window on the world of work that provides a tangible picture of what is happening in Britain's workplaces that we hope will inform and influence policy development in this area.
This report investigates the pressures and challenges facing those who attempt to have both a family and a career. While these challenges will affect all faculty members at some point in their careers -- men and women, young and old -- studies show that the burdens fall more squarely on some than on others, and women still pay the price to a greater extent than do men. It describes the numerous obstacles to making the academic workplace more family friendly, and the resources, coordination, and shift in academic culture that may be required to overcome these.
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