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Family and Career Reconciliation: Family, Employer and Career Counsellor Perspectives

– family conflict among female factory workers in South Africa. Journal of Economics, Business and Management , 1(1), 30-41. 5. Moen, P. (2003). It’s about time: Couples and careers . ILR Press Books. 6. Neault R.A. & Pickerell D.A. (2005). Dual-career couples: The juggling act. Canadian Journal of Counselling , 39(3), 187-198. 7. Soderberg, A.M. (2006). Narrative interviewing and narrative analysis in a study of a cross-border merger. August Management International Review , 46, 397-416. 8. Virgilaitė-Mečkauskaitė, E. & Mažeikienė, N. (2012

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The influence of age factors on the reform of the public service of Ukraine

types of work and so on. The introduction of integrated data management information systems and development will reduce the need for workers at lower levels of the hierarchy in the medium term, and workers will be more involved under temporary contracts. The prevalence of permanent employment in the civil service reduces the flexibility of the civil service system and increases the costs of its maintenance. Therefore, it is important to analyze the gender and age components, wages, working hours, functional responsibilities, the peculiarities of career development and

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A JobBridge to nowhere: The National Internship Scheme as fast policy leading to bad policy

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JobBridge, the Irish National Internship Scheme, was a labour activation measure launched in July 2011, during a period of extreme economic crisis, and was marketed as a chance for young people to gain career experience in quality work placements. Over 60 per cent of participants found employment after leaving the scheme but it suffered from high deadweight losses and was widely criticised as exploitative during its existence. This was quite predictable, which leaves the puzzle as to why JobBridge was designed without more regulations to protect the entry-level jobs market and the interests of the unemployed? This paper will trace the processes behind this suboptimal decision-making. First, it will show the institutional factors influencing poor policy decisions on labour activation. Then it will explain the main incentives behind an under-regulated programme, which were the need to develop a workable scheme as quickly as possible and to do this without significant funding. Finally, it will show how the decision-making process prioritised the interests of the Labour Party, government, business and the concerned parents of unemployed youth over the interests of the unemployed.

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The 1916 Rising and the revolutionary origins of the Irish Department of Finance

Central Bank . Dublin: Institute of Public Administration. O’Broin, L. (1986). Just like yesterday – An autobiography . Dublin: Gill & Macmillan. O’Donoghue, B. (2015). Activities wise and otherwise – The career of Sir Henry Augustus Robinson 1898–1922 . Dublin: Irish Academic Press. O’Halpin, E. (1991). The civil service and the political system. Administration, 38 (4), 283-302. Reamonn, S. (1981). The Revenue Commissioners. History of the Revenue Commissioners . Dublin: Institute of Public Administration. Whitaker, T. K. (1954). The

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Public Policy Programmes and Policy Analysis Instruction in the Czech Republic

Rechtsstaat’, in W. Kickert (ed) The study of public management in Europe and the US: a comparative analysis of national distinctiveness, London: Routledge, pp 209-32. Hejzlarová, E., Holík, R., Hubáček, M., Jeřábková, A. & Mouralová, M. (in press.)‘What do diploma theses unveil about academic public policy in the Czech Republic?’, Central European Journal of Public Policy. Henderson, M., & Chetkovich, C. (2006). Sectors and skills: career trajectories and training needs of MPP students. Journal of Public Affairs Education, 20(2), 193

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Relations Among Poor Sleep, Anxiety and Depression Among the Students of Health Sciences

-213. 8. Cheung, T., Wong, S. Y., Wong, K. Y., Law, L. Y., Ng., K, Tong, M. T., Wong, K. Y., Ng. M. Y., & Yip, P. S. (2016). Depression, Anxiety and Symptoms of Stress among Baccalaureate Nursing Students in Hong Kong: A Cross-Sectional Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health , 13, 779. 9. Dyrbye, L. N., West C. P, Satele, D., Boone, S., Tan L., Sloan, J., & Shanafelt T. D. (2014). Burnout among U.S. medical students, residents, and early career physicians’ relative to the general U.S. population. Academic Medicine: Journal of

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