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The judgment of workers with family is a very popular topic in the manage- ment research. Many results show that some family commitments may take ef- fect on the performance of employees, and perhaps on their workplace attitudes.

In 2007, a question of the doctoral dissertation of author was that how the employees with family commitment were judged on the Hungarian labor mar- ket: there were positive or negative stereotypes against this type of workers.

Studies at that time did not demonstrate any negative prejudices towards employees with children. According to the opinion of author it was a very good information for employers and employees. Of course, the author could not ex- amine that the Hungarian Labour Code had any effect on this result. That is the respondents were influenced by that fact as the employers are obligated by La- bour Code not to make any discrimination between the employees considering sex, age, family commitment, etc.

10 years later, in 2017, the author of the study applied the same question- naire again in order to analyze whether the opinion of participants in survey has changed in this topic.

Although the results are not considered representative, but they are very useful for any companies.

Kulcsszavak:

Keynotes: employee with family commitment, stereotype, labour market, employer, discrimination

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