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Purpose – In the UK financial services and retailing sectors there is a clear anomaly between the numbers of females employed and their representation at management levels. The aim of this study is to investigate the nature and significance of factors that actively enable the career development...
Purpose – This project aims to examine levels of career and life satisfaction among successful women in nine countries in the Americas. Design/methodology/approach – A structured survey and in‐depth interviews were used, and a variety of occupations, demographics, and personality characteristics...
Purpose – This paper aims to explore emerging issues in the application of the “dual agenda” model of gender equitable organisational change aimed at improved work life outcomes in two large Australian organisations. Design/methodology/approach – The research project used the collaborative...
Purpose – This research aims to examine potential antecedents and consequences of different career priority patterns among managerial and professional women working in a large Turkish bank. Two career priority patterns advanced by Schwartz were considered: career‐primary and career‐family....
Purpose – The study aims to examine the impact of mentor's gender on perceived mentoring functions in the Nigerian work environment. Design/methodology/approach – Data were obtained from 161 employees through a survey of a large government‐owned health institution in South‐western Nigeria....
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