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Purpose – The purpose of this exploratory study is to examine the relationship of the perceived presence of organizational practices designed to support women's career advancement and their work and extra‐work satisfaction and psychological well‐being. Design/methodology/approach – Data were...
Purpose – Using an alternative lens to challenge assumptions of solidarity behaviour and the queen bee label, the paper aims to analyse empirical data to explore negative relations between women in management and surface processes of female misogyny. Design/methodology/approach – Feminist...
Purpose – This national study of 540 executives in the health industry was designed to examine organizational factors which influenced participation of male and female executives in their professional associations. Instrumental and expressive factors which influenced association membership were...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to examine how female expatriates face gender stereotyping and discrimination in their home and host countries and how they reconcile their conflicts between home and work. Design/methodology/approach – Qualitative data were collected via interviews with 21...
Purpose – The purpose of this research is to focus on understanding the work‐life conflict of never‐married women without children. Design/methodology/approach – This study uses survey data from two full‐service health care organizations and a financial services organization. Quantitative...
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