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Purpose – To investigate specific barriers that might be hindering Maltese women from achieving a managerial position. Design/methodology/approach – This study is based on research by Cromie. Barriers are classified into two main categories; internal and external barriers. Job‐involvement and...
Purpose – Aims to determine the self‐perceptions of Japanese female white‐collar employees regarding defined aspects of their work environment. Design/methodology/approach – The sample consisted of Japanese workers employed in Japanese and foreign (US and European) financial services companies....
Purpose – The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of gender on the job satisfaction of US academics. Design/methodology/approach – The population for this study consisted of full‐time college and university teachers listed in the “Brain Track University Index Directories of the...
Purpose – This exploratory study examined backlash in the workplace. Backlash was operationalized by employee views on how much their employer had done to support the advancement of four designated groups (women, disabled, aboriginal people, racial/visible minorities): too much, about right, too...
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