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Using data from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (1998) this article analyses the labour market status of African‐American women in management positions. The results show that among supervisors with a high school and college education, black women earn lower wages than black men even...
In today’s legal environment, it may not be enough for a company to prove that it followed standard procedure in dealing with incidents of sexual harassment. For the sake of the bottom line, not to mention the health and wellbeing of employees, companies are well advised to attempt to prevent...
Using unpublished time‐series data for three specific age/gender groups, we first determine the percentage of female employment to total employment for nine sectors of the U.S. economy. Second, we estimate the cyclical change in hours of employment for each age/gender group within each sector....
We examined the role gender plays in managerial stereotypes and changes that have occurred in the US for executive women in the workforce. We also investigated factors and personality traits that affect advancement into upper management for all executives and those that affect women in...
This study examines levels of effectiveness as well as preferences in styles of resolving conflict among three ethnic‐racial groups (Asian, Mexican‐American, Mexican, Chicano and White) and between men and women. The goal was to test two hypotheses with respect to handling interpersonal...
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