British women's job satisfaction takes a tumble

September 2005
Management Services;Autumn2005, Vol. 49 Issue 3, p43
Academic Journal
Presents news briefs concerning management-related issues in Great Britain as of September 2005. Results of a study of job satisfaction among British women employees; Information on a series of lunchtime seminars held by the creative network Arts & Business and Glasgow, Scotland-based Third Eye Design in order to teach staff and employers the benefits of creative writing.


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