Evaluate the belief that family friendly policies are not fundamentally challenging existing organizational structures and cultures
Essay from the year 2012 in the subject Business economics - Operations Research, grade: 1,8, Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh (School of Management and Languages), language: English, abstract: Table of contents 1.Introduction 2.Definitions and Explanations 2.1.Family friendly policies 2.2.Organisational structures 2.3.Organisational cultures 3.Range of influence of family friendly policies to challenge organisational structures and cultures 4.Conclusion 5.List of references 6.Statement of Acknowledgement 1.Introduction Growing shortage of skilled labour, emancipation and the ongoing increasing desire of equal opportunities for women in executive positions, requires a rethinking of companies concerning their working conditions. The purpose of this essay is to evaluate the relevance of family friendly policies in current organisations. The paper will start by pointing out a definition and explanation of family friendly policies, organisational structure and organisational culture. The range of influence of these policies on organisational cultures and structures will be discussed. With the help of these facts it can be shown to which extent family friendly policies challenge the structure and culture of existing organizations.
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