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This article looks at research into comparative patterns ofpromotion of men and women in Australia. The study was by interview andlooked at equal numbers of men and women in medium to largeorganisations. A number of the findings were contrary to prevalentmyths, e.g. both men and women were...
Women who work in family businesses operate in very differentsettings from nonfamily business women. Their work may involve travelto a workplace away from home, but it is not away from family. Usingdata collected during telephone and facetoface interviews, the authorexamines the interpersonal...
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