2018 年 7 巻 2 号 p. 167-172
This study aims to analyze the influence of various supportive management systems for working mothers on their behavior; i.e. positive action measures, work-life balance practices. Questionnaire survey was conducted to two types of working women with children. One is women who continue to work at the same organization after having children, and the other is those who gave up their work once, and now working at another place. The result of t-test shows that the supportive systems are effective on woman continuing working. However, it also shows they feel less work rewarding than women who quit and rework after having children. Regression analysis tells that this is related to the decrease of their income. It suggests that even though current supportive systems provide continuous working, they are not effective in keeping their work rewarding high.