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Draws on excerpts from interviews with six women teacher/leaders in Taranaki, New Zealand to explore arguments that in Western cultures men maintain power and control of the sexual division of labour in the home, which is allied to a sexual division of labour at work. Uncovers some of the links...
Reports the findings of the first study to test the tournament model of careers with female managers. Follows the careers of 3,800 women in a large internal labour market firm. Investigates the signals of early promotions, career velocity, education, tenure and entering position. Examines the...
Aims to describe the characteristics of women who have made it to the top and how they achieved their success. The results are drawn from interviews with a group of 48 women who have achieved recognized success in corporate, professional and public life. Provides an insight into the personal...
Recently there has been an increased interest in the business case for equal opportunities. It has been argued that employers are attracted to such a case as it focuses on the business benefits which accrue from equal opportunities strategies. Presents a cautiously critical analysis of the...
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