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Sectors: Employment, Innovation, Social Affairs

Beneficiaries: Administrations States, Agencies Chambers, Corporations, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations, Universities

Regions: Balkans, European Economic Area, European Union

Category: Call for proposals

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Albania, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey, and other countries should be able to apply. You must contact the secretariat of the call for confirmation.

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Funds for: Innovative work-life balance strategies in the workplace 
Main beneficiaries: Public bodies, for profit or non-profit-making private entities

Responsible: European Commission

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Funds for: Innovative work-life balance strategies in the workplace 
Main beneficiaries: Public bodies, for profit or non-profit-making private entities

Priorities and funded actions:

Objectives
– To develop, test and/or implement innovative work-life balance strategies in the workplace, conducive towards higher participation of women in the labour market and a better sharing of care responsibilities between women and men;
– To develop sustainable multi-level partnership models that would facilitate the implementation of innovative work-life balance strategies in the workplace;
– To foster knowledge and experience-sharing between different Member States and/or companies already implementing successful work-life balance strategies, with a strong emphasis on challenges faced by women in the labour market and the need to involve more men in care duties; to facilitate access to individualised information about social protection rights and entitlements;
– To facilitate professional and geographical mobility of the economically active population;
– To support the modernisation of social protection systems enabling them to respond to such challenges as digitalisation, the changing world of work, ageing of population and the capacity to withstand economic shocks

Among financed actions
– Testing, developing and/or implementing innovative work-life balance strategies, conducive towards higher participation of women into the labour market and a better sharing of caring responsibilities between women and men;
– Fostering of knowledge and experience- sharing between different Member States and/or companies;
– A comprehensive monitoring and evaluation plan of the intervention including a clear and fully developed methodology identifying relevant results and outcome indicators;
– The organisation of at least one coordination meeting with all members of the consortium