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Women, employment and organizations Women, employment and organizations
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LCC: HD6053 .G578 2006 (Source: dlc)
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Lccn: 2006011282
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"This book examines the main labour market and organizational issues in relation to women's employment in the twenty-first century. Women, Employment and Organizations concludes that the rise in women's employment poses challenges for the liberal state, in terms of who cares for children and the elderly, as well as for social justice and wider issues such as falling birth rates. It is essential reading for students and lecturers in Business Studies, Sociology, Social Policy and Gender Studies, as well as for policy-makers."--Jacket.
Table Of Contents
Women, employment and organizations: changes and challenges
Gender segregation
The gender pay gap
Women and part-time work
Women in the professions and management
From equal opportunities to diversity management
Work-life balance: flexible working?
Women and trade unions
Conclusion: prospects for women's employment.
Authorized Access Point
Glover, Judith, 1949- Women, employment and organizations
Authorized Access Point Variant
Kirton, Gill. Women, employment and organizations