Study shows: companies increasingly want to hire mothers


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Positive outlook for mothers: A study carried out by the furniture manufacturer Regus worldwide among 11.000 company representatives from 13 countries revealed that nearly half (44%) of the Company over the next two years, plans to create more part-time jobs for mothers who want to return to work.

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German Company: More advanced than thought

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German companies are even above the global average: Here, 48% of respondents said they want to provide more part-time jobs for returning to work in the next 24 months.

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Whether it can be seen from the fact that Germany is a mother-friendly country or whether the information is much more a pious wish remains to be seen.

India - a mother's heart?

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The most mothers-friendly was India, where 64% of companies plan to hire more mothers. Behind them are 55 and 54% Australia and Mexico. With 50% of the companies, however, China is still ahead of Germany.

On the other hand, companies in the Netherlands responded: only 24% expect an increase in the employment of mothers - the Netherlands is the lowest rate.

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Study shows: companies increasingly want to hire mothers to set jobsGermany still needs to catch up

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Overall, it is clear that Germany still needs to catch up with the flexible workplace design for mothers. In a study by the World Economic Forum, Germany under 58 shows women's 20 among the employed. Place.

With regard to employment opportunities for women, Germany is on the 28. Place and in terms of education level 3Since the fact that Germany occupies top places in most other categories, this is a relatively weak achievement.

Strong sector differences

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The results of the study conducted by Regus also differed by industry. While in the banking (47%) and manufacturing sectors (47%) more mothers are being hired after parental leave, there are fewer companies in the information and communications industry (39%).

This may be due to the fact that the information and communication industry is more of a male domain. Therefore, if there are few women working in this sector, it is not surprising that mothers are less likely to be part-time in this area.

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Study shows: companies increasingly want to hire mothers to set jobs

Larger companies prefer part-time work

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In addition, the study found that 77% of larger companies (with at least 1.000 employees) want to employ more mothers part-time. Among companies with 250-999 employees, this willingness is the lowest with 39%.

Michael Barth, Regus Germany's CEO, comments: "While companies around the world are now cautiously preparing for the recovery of the global economy, there is a shift in strategy in the provision of jobs. Companies have learned that working hours of eight hours a day, five days a week, can scare off so many professionals. At a time when they need to cut costs and increase profitability, they can not afford to sacrifice the best people. "

wish and reality

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Even if companies want to employ more mothers as part of their strategy to tackle the economic crisis, there are major challenges to overcome when moving from parental leave back to work. Workplace flexibility for mothers means understanding their challenges and needs, and giving them the opportunity to work more productively and stress-free, especially outside the company premises.

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One of the most important factors in improving the work-life balance of employees is the flexibility to work either wholly or partly independently of the company's premises.

Methodik

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From August to September, Regus Business Tracker interviewed 2009 11.000 representatives from 13 countries, which were included in Regus' global contact database, on staff planning for 2010 and 2011 in relation to part-time workplaces for mothers after parental leave. The study was led and conducted by the independent organization Marketing UK.


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      I agree

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        Exactly my opinion!

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