Calling time on the gender gap

Fletcher, Mike
October 2000
Marketing Event;Oct2000, p23
Presents the results of a survey on trends in the salary and lifestyles of men and women in year 2000 in Great Britain. Representation of women in event management; Reason for women's rise in the corporate ladder; Differences in their responses. INSET: Women on top.


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