Daughters take advantages of a day in the office

Merrick, Neil
May 1995
People Management;05/04/95, Vol. 1 Issue 9, p8
Provides information on the `Take Our Daughter to Work' day in United Kingdom. Visit of teenagers to hair products firm Helen Curtis; Encouragement for girls to widen career horizons; Statistics of women's position at work in Great Britain.


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