Initiatives for women boost retention
- Cracks in the Glass Ceiling. Solomon, Charlene Marmer // Workforce (10928332);Sep2000, Vol. 79 Issue 9, p86
Offers a look at the efforts of companies to retain women employees. Obstacles associated with women employee management; Why companies lose female talent; Importance of career advance opportunities for female employees; Factors to consider in women employee management.
- Female domination of HR reaches new level. // Personnel Today;1/21/2003, p47
Cites a survey conducted by the Personnel and Payroll, Salary Survey 2002 which reveals about that women domination in the field of human resource professionals. Percentage of women working as human resource professionals.
- HUMAN RESOURCES. // Enterprise/Salt Lake City;10/31/2011, Vol. 41 Issue 14, p6
The article offers news briefs related to human resources in Utah which include the 2.8 percent expansion of nonfarm wage and salaried job count for September 2011, and a research that reveals the most difficult issue when negotiating for women in the workplace.
- Organizational dynamics and career patterns: effects of organizational expansion and contraction on promotion chances in a large West German company. Preisendoerfer, Peter; Burgess, Yvonne // European Sociological Review;May1988, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p32
This article investigates the effects of organizational expansion and contraction on promotion chances in a large West German company. Using personnel record data of blue-collar workers in this company, two questions are dealt with: (i) are there any effects of organizational growth and decline...
- SENIOR MANAGEMENT ASPIRATIONS IN CHINA AND THE U.S.: EFFECTS OF GENDER AND CULTURAL VALUES. Decker, Wayne H.; Calo, Thomas J.; Weer, Christy H.; Hong Yao // Journal of International Management Studies;2013, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p17
U.S. business students were more likely to aspire to senior management positions than were Chinese students. While males exceeded females in such aspirations in both countries, the gender difference was greater in the U.S. than in China. Others focus (concern for what others think) had a...
- THE NEW 24hr WORKDAY. Eaves, Elisabeth // Marie Claire (US Edition);Jun2012, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p119
The article focuses on how Defne Aydintasbas, co-owner of a New York public-relations firm spsnds her day. The more time they spend at work, the closer they become to coworkers, which also muddies the lines between the professional and personal lives. A woman today may hold the same job her...
- LAW NEWS. // People Management;11/27/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 24, p37
This section offers news briefs related to personnel management in Great Britain. Employers should avoid allocating staff to clients on the basis of race because the practice could be hard to defend if is questioned, lawyers have suggested. The 2008 Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings reported...
- How do we keep women after maternity leave? // People Management;1/14/2010, p38
The article provides an answer to a question on how to encourage senior women employees to return to work after maternity leave.
- ...in brief. // Personnel Today;9/9/2003, p3
Presents several news briefs related to personnel management in Great Britain as of September 09, 2003. Comparison between men and women's perspective on work; Issuance of health warnings to staff employees in the North of England after a deadly bacteria was found in drinking water.