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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Mariia Veselova
Social Support for Working Parents
Legal Support of Personnel Management
(Master’s programme)
2019
This work is a comprehensive study of social support measures for parents and children by the state and employers based on a comprehensive analysis of the legislation of the Russian Federation on social security and corporate legal acts.

The research methodology consisted of the general scientific dialectic method of cognition, universal scientific methods (system-structural, logical, statistical methods with methods of analysis, synthesis, observation, descriptions), as well as special legal methods (comparative legal method, legal modeling).

The focus of the work is on the characterization of certain types of state benefits, compensation payments and other state and corporate assistance to working parents, including those aimed at providing children with places in preschool educational institutions, a solution to a pressing problem that the newly created family primarily faces – absence of own housing.

The study reveals the importance of balance between family and work responsibilities for working parents and the role of corporate policy of employing companies aimed at achieving it.

This paper presents practical recommendations for the further development and improvement of measures of state and corporate support for parents and children, including suggestions for revising the size and duration of payments of certain types of state benefits and compensation. The classification of guarantees addressed to working parents is proposed, the need for the creation and development of corporate and family kindergartens as an alternative to state pre-school educational institutions is justified.

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