Combining Work and Elder Care: A Challenge for Now and the Future
International Labour Organization, 1996 - Family & Relationships - 90 pages
Beschreven wordt hoe men werknemers die de zorg van oudere familieleden op hun nemen hierin kan bijstaan. Er wordt een overzicht gegeven hoe dit wordt aangepakt in Australia, Canada, Frankrijk, Japan, Zweden en de Verenigde Staten.
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