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- 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.
- The men's room. // Glamour;Sep94, Vol. 92 Issue 9, p186
Focuses on the use of a facility called the Men's Room as male workers' refuge from female officemates. Topics discussed by men in the Men's Room; Tone of men's conversations; Men's behavior toward female coworkers; Definition of office decorum.
- Ms. communication. Gutfeld, Greg // Men's Health;May96, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p73
Focuses on how to deal with women co-workers in the work environment. Considerations in making fun in front of women co-workers; Mastering simple talk that appeals to women; Being aware of roughhousing; Importance of eye contact in women. INSETS: Directions? We don't need no stinking...
- Business Success Moves Women Beyond Stereotypes. // Business Journal (Central New York);05/04/2001, Vol. 15 Issue 18, p22
Editorial. Focuses on the success of women in business in New York. Effect on the women's roles; Changes in the definition of being a businesswoman; Movement into leadership in business.
- OPTIMAL TRAINING FOR OPPOSITE-SEX MANAGERS. Berryman-Fink, Cynthia; Fink, Charles B. // Training & Development Journal;Feb85, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p26
Examines the steps needed for progressive organizations to provide their male and female managers with equal opportunities. Conducting needs assessment; Formulating objectives; Conducting training; Evaluation.
- How far is too far? Dykinga, Margaret S. // Management Quarterly;Spring95, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p18
Discusses sexual harassment in the workplace with particular reference to cooperatives. Legal definition of sexual harassment; Examples of sexual harassment behavior; Preventive measures that cooperatives can do; Steps a victim can undertake.
- Managers' conflict management style and leadership effectiveness: The moderating effects of gender. Korabik, Karen; Baril, Galen L. // Sex Roles;Sep93, Vol. 29 Issue 5-6, p405
Examines gender differences in global self-reported conflict management styles. Behaviors displayed and outcomes attained by group leaders during a simulated conflict episode; Evaluation of leaders' behavior by their subordinates; Gender differences.
- AN ENGLISHMAN'S HOME IS HIS CASTLE? THRESHOLDS, BOUNDARIES AND PRIVACIES IN THE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY LONDON HOUSE. Vickery, Amanda // Past & Present;May2008, Vol. 199 Issue 1, p147
An essay is presented on the issue of privacy in a domestic context, by recreating the interior for ordinary householders of the eighteenth century in London, England. It explores some of the lived meanings, practices and technologies of privacy broadly defined. Moreover, it examines how...