Quiz for Diversity in family

Quiz for Beyond Diversity in Family 1. The concept of family is shifting nowadays. What statements about family you think is true? a. Family is a unit created by a female mother and a male father. b. Family is related to people not only who you share identities with but also who step up and offer their love and support while not being related by blood. c. Family includes parents who are divorced, single, remarried, cohabitating, multiracial, multi-generational, and same sex. d. All the above. 2. The way family is defined and supported has become more inclusive and equitable at the workplace. How have the companies supported these changes? Create a more equal and inclusive workplace environment by offering a flexible working hour Offer more paid leave for mothers than fathers based on parental leave policies Institute equitable parental leave policies, gender-neutral benefits, and a flexible work schedule Provide paid leave for such mother as biological mothers, single moms, and stepmothers 3. Which one of the following is the best example of a nation offering a generous paid leave for both new parents? United States Estonia United Kingdom Mexico 4. It is tough for every worker to balance between work and family today. To build up an equitable workplace, employers should support employees: (Apply all if you can) By creating a flexible and friendly family workplace in which they are allowed to take time for both work and family By building up a workplace in which employees can leave anytime they want for family By making materials accessible virtually when people work remotely
By creating programs that proactively support parents and caregivers 5. Which of the following is true regarding the conversation about family at the workplace? Women feel simultaneously less comfortable with bringing their alternate identities as mothers or caregivers into the workplace than men when being accustomed to question about their kids and family. Making it acceptable for everyone to talk about and share their family experiences at the workplace is a good idea to bring their whole selves into work. Judgements about how their family life affects their job performance are mostly happened on men. Women are rarely asked about their kids and families; therefore, they do not feel comfortable to bring them up. REFERNCES Bhargava, Rohit; Brown, Jennifer. Beyond Diversity: 12 Non-Obvious Ways To Build A More Inclusive World (p. 92). Ideapress Publishing. Kindle Edition.
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