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Coping With Career Breaks

 Uniformed Services Employment and

Reemployment Rights Act - deployed

employees’ rights, such as guaranteeing

reservists’ jobs when they return, except

under special circumstance.

 Companies must ensure that returning

reservists are provided with career

counseling and information on jobs and

career opportunities.

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Balancing Work and Life

 Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

- a federal law that provides for up to 12

weeks of unpaid leave for parents with

new infants or newly adopted children.

Also covers employees who must take a leave

of absence to care for a family member or to

deal with a personal illness.

Companies are required to provide health care

benefits.

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Balancing Work and Life (cont.)

 Role of training in balancing work and

nonwork:

Trainers and managers may be responsible for

developing policies and procedures.

Trainers may be responsible for developing

training programs to teach managers their

role in administering and overseeing the use

of work-life policies.



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Balancing Work and Life (cont.)

 Types of work-life conflict

Time-based conflict - occurs when the

demands of work and nonwork interfere with

each other.

Strain-based conflict - results from the

stress of work and nonwork roles.

Behavior-based conflict - occurs when

employees’ behavior in work roles is not

appropriate for their behavior in nonwork

roles.

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Company Policies to

Accommodate Work and Nonwork

 Identifying work and life needs and

communicating information about work

and non-work policies and job demands

Companies have to understand employees’

needs, solicit their input, and make work-life

benefits accessible to everyone.

Providing information regarding the nature of

jobs helps employees choose career

opportunities that match the importance they

place on work.

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Company Policies to Accommodate

Work and Nonwork (cont.)

 Flexibility in work arrangements and work

schedules

Reduce pressure on employees to work long

hours.

Telecommuting - a work arrangement that

provides flexibility in both location and hours.

Job sharing - two employees divide the hours,

responsibilities, and benefits of a full-time job.



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Table 12.6 - Alternative Work

Schedules and Work Arrangements



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Company Policies to Accommodate

Work and Nonwork (cont.)

 Redesigning jobs

 Managerial support for work-life policies

 Dependent care support: child and elder

care and adoption support



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