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In the Summer 85 issue of Women in Management Review we reported that the Equal Opportunities Commission had found that the Leeds Permanent Building Society had been practising discrimination by imposing a job mobility requirement.
Jacqueline Beckett reports on how one woman is seeking to combine the running of her own business with the raising of her baby boy.
Next year the Civil Service celebrates twentyfive years of equal opportunity policy. Linked to a formal structure designed to promote the ablest individuals, this policy should be showing encouraging results, but, as Celia Temple reports, there is little to get excited about.
Women aspiring to fasttrack corporate careers are surrounded by advice on how to succeed. Like the men who were their peers before they were shot out of the businessschool cannons, such women will need special training, technical skills, general intelligence, and social graces even to begin the...
In response to readers' requests, we are including occasional articles that define certain concepts that are basic to the subject of women in management. In this first article, Wilf Knowles, Assistant Chief Executive at the Equal Opportunities Commission, discusses positive action.
This is a guide to networking how to establish new groups and increase the creativity of those already in existence.
This article quite deliberately highlights some of the pitfalls awaiting the naive male manager in his first encounters with managerial responsibilities for women. Could a man be so innocent Readers may wish to reflect on the fact that the author's experiences are not that uncommon.
A disturbing productivity loss occurs through the underutilization of women, and a negative effect on productivity is caused by the misclassification and underrepresentation of truly high performers and by the inflation of the ratings of mediocre performers.
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