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In answer to the recurring question “Why women‐only training?”, reports on an extensive survey of women’s views, both pre‐ and post‐ the authors’ participation in women‐only development. The results give quantifiable evidence of the value of women‐only development training courses, with benefits...
Recent research has shown that home‐based businesses (HBBs) are increasing, and that a significant number of women are seeking such self‐employment. Summarizes the results of a recent large‐scale survey examining various aspects of HBB operation in Australia. Finds that there are significant...
Networking is increasingly being seen as a crucial skill associated with career success. Presents the findings of a study into the attitudes towards networking of a sample of women from the UK, Spain and the USA. A prior questionnaire‐based study of members’ needs, perceptions and expectations...
Little is generally known about the factors affecting the managerial advancement of women in police forces in the UK. Surveys 142 male and female constables from a large police force. Reports the patterns of deployment and specialization, attitudes to the promotion process, types of informal...
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