Award winners stress business value of women
- Working women. // Career World;Mar1995, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p2
Presents data regarding the percentage of women in the global work force in 1993.
- Baby, if you want to get ahead (on the job)--grow up! Stein, B. // Cosmopolitan;Feb1991, Vol. 210 Issue 2, p98
Shares advice with women on how they can move quickly to positions of power, money, and prestige on their jobs. Do the job you were hired for; Learn how to be more productive; Show initiative; Other tips.
- What is corporate America doing for women? Bergman, C. // Cosmopolitan;Feb1991, Vol. 210 Issue 2, p216
Examines how some enlightened corporations are adopting a more flexible policy towards their female workers. Gender-bias programs; Day care issues; Elder care; Paternity programs; List of Cosmo's top 20 US corporations. INSET: What you can do..
- Handcrafted by women. Gardner, Marilyn // Christian Science Monitor;12/20/2000, Vol. 93 Issue 19, p15
Discusses the efforts of women internationally to raise money for their families, in jobs making handcrafted goods.
- Working women count. // Children Today;1995, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p7
Highlights findings of a survey on how women evaluate their work lives. Provision of economic security through pay and benefits; Need for support for families from the workplace culture; Valuing of women's work.
- Comparable worth. // Commonweal;5/31/85, Vol. 112 Issue 13, p337
Opinion. It is time to examine effective strategies for achieving comparable worth for women and look carefully at how costly it will be to incorporate change in our male-favored society. A look at litigation, collective bargaining, legislation.
- Women who go for it! Campbell, B.M. // Essence (Essence);Aug89, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p48
Profiles of four black women who have reached their career goals, and the traits for success that they share.
- Make money moonlighting. Gite, L. // Essence (Essence);Jul90, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p28
Briefly profiles six women who moonlight, or hold down a second job to boost income when one job isn't enough financially, and gives guidelines for taking on a second job.
- Hard-hatted women. Malveaux, J. // Essence (Essence);Mar1991, Vol. 21 Issue 11, p60
Looks at the increasing presence of women in mostly male occupations such as construction workers, electricians and police officers. Washington, D.C.-based Wider Opportunities for Women; Breaking the cycle of poverty; Competition; Drawbacks; Sexual harassment; Aging issues. INSET: Where to get...