Taking care of your children emotionally, keeping an eye on their homework, WhatsApp groups in schools, the social life of the little ones, planning the logistics of food and extracurricular classes, as well as taking them to the doctor, are some of the many activities that have been done. mostly (in percentages moving around 68% average) mothers. “Faced with this exhaustion, which creates or overwhelms depression, 28% of women living with their partner declare that they do not feel understood by their partner. 12% feel fully. And among women who live alone, only 9% of them feel supported by their family or by their friends”.
33% of fathers in Spain say they are constantly stressed
At the European level, only Italy has a higher percentage of parental power than Spain. “33% of parents in Spain claim to be constantly stressed,” confirm from Sitly. “52% of Spanish parents say that they have thought about reducing their working hours at some point, because they could not find a childcare option that suits their needs. And 43% would prefer to stop working, if given the opportunity, to be able to be with their children. However, 65% of parents are clear that they that they would never give up their children’s professional career.” If we compare with the countries of northern Europe, with more conciliatory measures, the picture is diametrically opposite: “In Finland, 35% of mothers think that it is easy to combine work and family. 81% of Swiss and Belgian women think that, although it is difficult, it is possible to reconcile; Norwegian mothers feel the same way.”
44% of Spanish mothers see conciliation as an insurmountable stone; 35% of Finnish women find it easy to balance work and family
Teleworking is the most likely and productive solution
Despite the boom that works far away during the pandemic, the figure of one in three people has been reached, in today’s reality it has returned to the old way, although that tool was mainly required by the workers. 86% of those interviewed for the Active Population Survey (EPA), obtained by the National Institute of Statistics (INE), stated that “they do not work at home for one day, while 6% stated that they do it sometimes and the rest do not. how much time they dedicate to this activity”. Report It also shows the people who are the least, between the 16th and 24th century. In addition, they are closely followed by those who only 5.5% “explain from the Institute.
“Companies are again demanding a face modality from their workers”, a perspective that Randstad Research, a consultancy dedicated to analyzing the labor market, understands to be wrong: “More and more professionals demand the most flexible jobs. Ignoring this circumstance can have consequences for companies that would lose a lot of pleasure to the talented workers who claim television options in the content of the contracts.
The main reason behind these inspections is to save time. According to a recent study by the Labor Economics Institute: “Spanish workers save 63 minutes a day when they work at home, because they do not have to go to work. Here is another more significant reason: if in Spain the number of days off, at the end of the year, at CCLI, the total time saved during the year is 252 hours, which is about ten complete days.
Travel time adds up to ten full days when we work at home
For its part, the latest study published by the European Central Bank adds more results to this idea: two-thirds of workers want to work at home at least one day a week, travel time being the most important to influence the preference for working remotely. Workers who commute for more than an hour prefer 10 work-from-home days, four days more than workers whose commuting time is less than 15 minutes. One in four workers would accept a 100% face-to-face offer, according to Hays’ 2023 Labor Market Guide. 43% of workers state that they would have this option “as an offer and, in most cases, what makes them choose to go to work every day is nothing more than more money in their salary, in addition to other factors that they have”. more flexible schedule”.
Companies that always make work and family reconciliation easier for their employees manage to increase their productivity by 19%
It’s a benefit for everyone, companies that constantly facilitate work and family reconciliation for employees to increase their productivity by 19%. In addition, they feel four times more committed to their company and less ready to change jobs, Edenred-IESE Reconciliation Barometer 2012. This study was prepared on a sample of more than 7000 surveys of workers from 23 countries with different families. circumstances, levels of responsibility and ages. In general, job dissatisfaction in an environment that does not facilitate conciliation is seven times higher than in those that favor it.
Mark is actually legal!
“It is dealt with by Law 39/1999, of November 5, which promotes the reconciliation of family and work life of workers and seeks to maintain a balance that favors motherhood and fatherhood, without denying the possibilities of access to work, working conditions and access to special positions of responsibility for women”. Legality remember the entry into force of the Royal Decree of Canon Law 6/2019, March 1, “which contemplates the right of workers to request accommodation of the duration and distribution of the working day, in the regulation of working time and in the form of remuneration, including the provision of your remote work, your effective right to win the work of family life. It is important to clarify that it is not a right in itself that requires business with the company. “It is voluntary in the company and will require the signature of the employee and both parties to the agreement.”