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This study explores the relationship between Kuwaiti traditional culture and job satisfaction among Kuwaiti women employees in the Kuwaiti public government sector. The analysis is focused on the responses of the female employees to their own jobs as indicated by their level of job satisfaction....
This paper uses data from a survey of women in the Australian sugar industry to examine why women are absent in decision-making positions within the agri-political organization Canegrowers. Canegrowers represents the interests of over 6,000 cane farming families in Australia, but no woman holds...
This paper anayzes the differences of male and female human resource (HR) managers’ perceptions on the benefits, barriers and feasibility of teleworking adoption in a sample of Spanish companies. The results indicate that teleworking is seen as more feasible where there are a large number of...
Smallholder is a relative term, used to mean a small-scale farmer and also peasant rural-based holders. They constitute over 85 per cent of the rural population, mainly tilling the land and contributing 90 per cent of the nation's agricultural produce. There is an imbalance against the Kenyan...
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