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Paid Parental Leave: An Employee Right or Still An Ideal? An Analysis of the Situation in Québec in Comparison with North America [r-libre/547]

Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle (2010). Paid Parental Leave: An Employee Right or Still An Ideal? An Analysis of the Situation in Québec in Comparison with North America. Employee Responsibilities & Rights Journal, 22 (2), 83-100. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10672-009-9108-4

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Résumé : Over recent years, parental leave policy in Canada has evolved quite considerably. Since 2001, Canadian employees have a right to a 1 year paid parental leave; those in the province of Québec have a better paid, more flexible regime. This paper first shows that Québec is somewhat of an exception in the North American context, with its inclusive mode of governance which contributes to positive policies in terms of family and childcare. This is due to a few elements: the recognition of a declining birthrate, but more importantly the significant involvement and actions of women’s advocacy organizations, in the context of an inclusive governance of family policy. We will defend the hypothesis that Québec has adopted a cumulative (or work-family balance) model in the field of work-family relation, while the US and English Canada tend to still resort mainly to a laissez-faire attitude, which to this day has limited employee rights in terms of parental leave, but also in terms of child care.
Déposant: Tremblay, Diane-Gabrielle
Responsable : Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay
Dépôt : 18 févr. 2015 19:04
Dernière modification : 16 juill. 2015 00:47

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