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Recognizing changing demographics and the importance of balancingthe workforce, proactive organizations are now pursuing deliberatestrategies to improve womens employment and career opportunities forwomen at all levels of industry. Describes some parallel Australianinitiatives. These include...
The representation of women in management hierarchies in Australia,as throughout the world, is increasing. However, women are still notreaching top management levels and face a variety of pressures, bothinternal and external, to the organization in which they work. For womento operate at their...
Focuses on women managers and the competences which they need, ifthey are to be effective managers. Also addresses the question whethereffective male and female managers need different competences. Finally,looks to the future for the competences required of effective managersin the twentyfirst...
Two research studies, conducted in 1984 and 1992 respectively,examined the position of women in management within the Australianprivate sector to determine if women had made occupational progress or,like some other groups, had regressed or just maintained a status quoposition. The results...
The principle of discriminationfree behaviour has been establishedin Australia as the basis for behaviour in organizations. This principleforms the basis of affirmative action legislation and is integrated intoindustrial relations legislation. Some employers in Australia haverecognized that a...
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