Research by the Center for Work-Life Policy, headed by Bridgend-born economist Sylvia Ann Hewlett, has found 43% of university-educated women born between 1965 and 1978 have not had children despite three-quarters being in a relationship.
What does CWLP stand for?
CWLP stands for Center for Work-Life Policy
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- Civil War Library and Museum (now Civil War and Underground Railroad Museum of Philadelphia; Philadelphia, PA)
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- California Western Law Review (est. 1965; California Western School of Law; San Diego, CA)
- Civil War Lodge of Research (Virginia)
- Consult for Women and Land Rights (Indian access organization)
- Canadian Well Logging Society
- Center for Weight Loss Surgery
- Child Welfare Law Specialist (National Association of Counsel for Children)
- Child Welfare Legal Services (Gainesville, FL)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
00 Hardcover Memo to the CEO HF5549 In this pocket-size (5x8") guide, Hewlett, economist and founding president of the Center for Work-Life Policy, draws on research on 12 top companies, from Wall Street to Main Street, to offer hands-on advice for retaining an organization's star performers even during this difficult economy.
It quotes a new study to be released in June by the research firm Center for Work-Life Policy, which found that women in the UAE love their jobs, and 90 percent of them are willing to go the "extra mile for their companies.
Booz & Company developed its Global Talent Innovation methodology with Sylvia Ann Hewlett Associates, the consulting arm of the Center for Work-Life Policy, a nonprofit think-tank based in New York.
The Center for Work-Life Policy (CWLP) found that 64% of Gen Yers (those born between 1979 and 1994) are regular social networkers, compared with just 20% of baby boomers.
SOURCE: HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW AND THE CENTER FOR WORK-LIFE POLICY 74% of these women succeed in rejoining the workforce; only 40% return to full-time jobs.