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family-friendlyadjective

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HR family-friendly ​practices at ​work are intended to make sure ​employees with children are able to continue with their ​job without having ​additional problems because they have children: The ​governmentaims to encourage more women in ​key roles and ​promote family-friendlyemployment policies.
a family-friendly ​place is a ​place where ​people with children are welcome: They have recently ​launched a ​chain of family-friendly ​restaurants.
(Definition of family-friendly from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “family-friendly”
in Chinese (Simplified) 关爱家庭(孩子)的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 關愛家庭(孩子)的,和孩子相處融洽的…
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