Hirsh, Wendy
December 1991
Accountancy;Dec1991, Vol. 108 Issue 1180, p28
Trade Publication
Analyzes the low number of women in management in Great Britain. Reasons for the low number, such as promotion processes, differences in educational attainment, discrimination, childcare and geographical mobility; Need for companies to create a climate which encourages women to aspire to management posts.


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