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Reports on the findings of research into the role of women in the valuation profession in New Zealand. Quantitative and attitudinal information from women involved in the valuation profession was obtained by postal survey. Results reveal 6 per cent female representation in the profession...
The impact of the deregulation of New Zealand′s labour market on women is seriously under‐researched and to date available scholarship tends to concentrate on collective bargaining with little written about the effects of deregulation on women in management. The Employment Contracts Act 1991 was...
Women in UK retail management are well represented at the recruitment stage and at middle‐management level, but in spite of the provision of equal opportunities policies, are not well represented at senior levels (the so‐called “glass ceiling” effect). Reports recent research findings about the...
Developing country governments increasingly recognize the importance of involving women managers more fully in senior roles. In Bangladesh it is hoped that women will be prominent in civil service reform and that their presence in senior posts will increase. Examines the role of work placements...
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