Cupid's Cubicle: Co-Workers' Reactions to Workplace Romance Characteristics
- Your Boss, a Brother, Gets Out of Line. Edmondson Bell, Ella L.J. // Essence (Time Inc.);Jan2004, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p72
Provides pieces of advice on various workplace-related problems. Incidents of sexual harassment with an Afro-American boss; Advice on dealing with sexual harassment in the workplace; Best way to recover from a job-related mistake.
- Hands off! McGarvey, Robert // Entrepreneur;Sep98, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p85
Focuses on how decisions on sexual harassment in the United States Supreme Court in 1998 affect small business owners. How a company can be held legally responsible for sexual harassment; Comments from Ansis Viksnins, an employment lawyer with Lindquist and Vennum in Minneapolis; Actions which...
- Men and women in the workplace. Dorgan III, William J. // Modern Machine Shop;Jul97, Vol. 70 Issue 2, p118
Enumerates strategies for promoting positive gender relations in the workplace. Recognition that women employees made significant contributions to work; Avoidance of conflicts by understanding the communication differences between men and women.
- Women in International Business: Women in Project Controls Task Force of AACE International. // AACE International Transactions;2008, p1
The article presents the various protocols that lessen the working obstruction of businesswomen in foreign countries. It is inferred that in the working environment, men do not often know how to act in business situations with women, as a lot of them disapprove women's functioning in business....
- The Subordinate's Exposure of Organizational Vulnerability to the Superior: Sex and Organizational Effects. Young, Jerald W. // Academy of Management Journal;Mar1978, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p113
Sixty male and 60 female undergraduates evaluated eight randomly presented messages which were both important for organizational effectiveness and personally threatening to the subordinate. The following hypothesized effects were found both for organic, compared with mechanistic settings, and...
- The Influence of Sex on Managers in the Service Sector. Forgionne, Guisseppi A.; Peeters, Vivian E. // California Management Review;Fall1982, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p72
The article discusses the results of a study on the ways in which levels of satisfaction expressed by service sector managers vary according to gender. Differences between men and women in terms of their views on topics such as opportunities for promotion, co-workers and immediate supervisors...
- Understanding the Dynamics of Self Concept of Members in Dual Career Families. Sekaran, Uma // Academy of Management Proceedings (00650668);1985, p350
Gender differences in how self esteem and sense of competence moderate the work variables--Job Satisfaction relationships among professionals in dual career families was explored using 173 professionals. The results indicate that men and women may have different anchors for deriving,...
- No glass ceilings for women. // Middle East;Mar99, Issue 288, Tunisia p20
Highlights the lack of distinction between the legal and professional rights of men and women in predominantly Muslim Tunisia. Percentage of women comprising the working population; Uniqueness of the status of Tunisian women in the African region; Role of the Centre for Research Documentation...
- Women as Managers: A Research Symposium. Larwood, Laurie; Lockheed, Marlaine // Sex Roles;Oct79, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p557
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Stephen M. Brown on the leadership skills of women in management research and another by Diana Robertson on the role of women in business schools.