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Drawing on a sample of 313 human resource professionals who graduated from a university-based Master's degree program in human resources over a 20-year period, this study examines how the rewards and emotional labour content of jobs varied by gender within the field of human resources. After...
This study examined the kinds of work-family conflict experienced by female married professionals with children in Hong Kong and the coping strategies they had adopted. Data were obtained through 50 in-depth interviews. The results revealed the general ineffectiveness of coping strategies being...
This paper analyzes the results of a survey about labor mobility of a sample of 1,182 Spanish employees. The results indicate that women have lower mobility than men, and that the mobility of men and women is explained by different factors. The employee's perceptions about job satisfaction, pay...
Re-analyses of data from Canadian samples of management undergraduates in three independent studies of ethical dilemmas, as presented in vignettes, were conducted to test the hypothesis that women are more ethical than men. Several statistically significant gender differences were found when t...
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