- Women's employment and pay in Latin America. Psacharopoulos, George; Winter, Carolyn // Finance & Development;Dec92, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p14
Discusses the findings of a study of women's labor force participation in Latin America. Determinants of participation; Policy options; Statistics on earnings and level of education.
- On the work/family frontline. Khan, Sameera // Business Insurance;7/25/94, Vol. 28 Issue 30, p10
Reports on the anticipated implications of the national survey conducted by the United States Labor Department's Women's Bureau on the views of working women on their jobs, wages, benefits and other issues related to the work/family programs. Extent of the survey; Influence of the result of the...
- The beauty myth. // HR Professional;Mar/Apr2011, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p12
The article offers information on the research study conducted in Israel wherein according to Bradley Ruffle, the author of the study, women would have to work longer and they would take more time before they could find a job.
- Gender Differences in Attitudes Toward Unions. Schur, Lisa A.; Kruse, Douglas L. // Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Oct92, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p89
Analyzes a unique national survey (conducted in 1984) to determine if women are less interested than men in unionizing or if instead they are equally interested but face higher barriers to unionization. Explanations for gender differences in unionization; Literature review; Data; Actual and...
- Career success more important to young women than to men. // Advertising Age;9/24/2012, Vol. 83 Issue 34, p10
Charts and tables are presented on employment of women including a table on research on the importance of careers to women of different age groups, a chart on the number of women corporate directors in various countries and a table comparing women's earnings to those of men.
- Awareness rises but women still lag in pay. // Manager's Quarterly;2010, p3
The article offers information on a study by the Catalyst Inc. which reveals that women at top companies constantly fell behind men in terms of compensation and professional advancement.
- Career success of women academics in South Africa. Riordan, Sarah; Louw-Potgieter, Joha // South African Journal of Psychology;Jun2011, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p157
We used career psychology variables found in the literature to explain the career success of academic women in South Africa. The impact of work centrality (moderated by care-giving), motivation, career anchors, and self-efficacy on career success was examined. The sample (N = 372) included...
- Gender specifics. Phillips, Debra // Entrepreneur;Oct95, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p14
Reports the findings of US Census Bureau that the majority of men work in male-dominated firms, while the majority of women work in female-dominated ones. Female entrepreneurs hiring more women than male entrepreneurs hiring men; Preference of educated professionals for hiring women; Higher...
- How Do Women Fare When the Promotion Rules Change? Wyld, David C. // Academy of Management Perspectives;Nov2008, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p83
The article provides an overview of a research report by John C. Dencker entitled "Corporate restructuring and sex differences in managerial production," which focused on the status of women executives during corporate restructurings or when companies change their managerial performance...