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Purpose – The aim of this paper is to examine the gendered nature of work‐life policies in and the work‐life conflicts of managers in a multinational corporation in Hungary. Design/methodology/approach – The research is based on 30 qualitative interviews with male and female managers at junior,...
Purpose – To address the research gap on East German women managers and to examine some of the experiences of post‐socialist East German women who entered management positions during 1990s. The discussion focuses on the nature of women's commitment to career and organisation....
Purpose – To display both the statistical data and the subjective evaluation on the situation of women in management in Hungary. Design/methodology/approach – In the last ten years research activity on gender and work countries have concentrated on the investigation of the sociological issue of...
Purpose – The aim of the paper is to analyse the position of the Czech women in the labour market in a comparison to the EU‐15 countries. The paper critically reviews three domains of female labour market participation: general characteristics of the female employment, work‐life balance...
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