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Lecture 30 Work-Family Conflict.docx

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Sociology
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SOCIOL 2U06
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Sandra Colavecchia

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Sociology 2U06: Family Sociology January 30 2012 Lecture 30: Work-Family Conflict Topic: - Case studies found on avenue focusing on real-life work/family conflict case studies Multiple choice questions: (correct answers in bold) - In our class discussions about the work-family conflict studies we saw that: o Work-family conflicts are easy to resolve o Work-family conflicts rarely emerge o Financial costs are the main factors an individual has to consider  There’s more than just financial factors to consider o There are financial and non-financial costs to giving up paid labour to be a caregiver  Costs go beyond financial – sense of fulfillment etc. o Typically the pros of staying in the labour force far outweigh any cons of leaving the labour force  Not always the case - In our class discussions about the work-family conflict studies we saw that: o If one leaves the labour force one loses income o If one leaves the labour force one loses income and also EI and CPP o Usually life goes as planned without any surprises
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