[Autom. eng. transl.] The research conducted deals with a central theme in the European political debate: the reconciliation of family and work. Aware of the complexity of the aforementioned topic - making reference to a network of factors of different order and related to diversified plans (political, cultural, social, economic) - a fundamental theoretical-methodological option was fulfilled: it was decided to concentrate more on the attention on one of the social actors involved in conciliation, companies. The motivation for this choice is based on two substantial considerations: we believe that the contribution of companies, as strategic and fundamental areas in the process of recomposing life times, takes on significant significance; the entrepreneurial realities, according to a Corporate Citizenship vision, are today called upon to take root in their own territory and to become, therefore, a new actor of the society, with its own rights and duties of citizenship. The aim of the research was therefore to identify the different realizations of a corporate welfare in the subsidiary perspective, by means of an evaluation methodology focused on rewarding, or rather aimed at identifying good family-work conciliation practices. Starting from the now many years of experience of the Family Project of the Lombardy Region (http://www.premiofamiglialavoro.regione.lombardia.it) the survey has therefore set itself the goal of identifying, for each regional context, the companies (of any dimension and product-production sector) more sensitive and active in proposing measures, interventions, policies to support the reconciliation of family and work of its employees, collaborators. To achieve this objective, two research phases have been planned: one for recognition / recruiting and the other for identification and analysis of good practices.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] Introduction|
|Title of host publication||Conciliazione famiglia e lavoro. Buone pratiche di welfare aziendale|
|Number of pages||52|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
- buone pratiche
- conciliazione famiglia-lavoro
- welfare aziendale