Gender and the labour market in South East England. Volume 2: employers’ policies and practices
Corby, Susan, Stanworth, Celia and Green, Barbara (2005) Gender and the labour market in South East England. Volume 2: employers’ policies and practices. University of Greenwich, Greenwich, London, UK. ISBN 186166219X
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This research on gender and the labour market in South East England was funded by the South East of England Development Agency/European Social Fund. In volume 1 we set out the context: theoretical explanations for gender equality, the legal framework and organisational factors. Moreover, using a range of published data, we answered the first of our research questions: how does the labour market position of women in the government region of the South East of England compare with that of both men in the South East and that of women in Great Britain/United Kingdom?
In this volume we turn our attention to our other research questions:
• What policies and practices do employers in South East England adopt in respect of gender equality?
• What barriers do employers and women employees in South East England identify in respect of gender and employment?
|Additional Information:||This is the second part (Volume 2) of a study, for the first part (Volume 1), please see - Corby, Susan and Stanworth, Celia and Green, Barbara (2005) Gender and the labour market in South East England. Volume 1: the context. University of Greenwich, Greenwich, London, UK. ISBN 1 86166 218 1 (also see, http://gala.gre.ac.uk/3692/).|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||women, gender, employment, gender equality, policies, practice, barriers|
|Subjects:||H Social Sciences > HQ The family. Marriage. Woman
H Social Sciences > HD Industries. Land use. Labor
|School / Department / Research Groups:||School of Business
Faculty of Business > School of Business
School of Business > Work & Employment Research Unit
Faculty of Business > School of Business > Work & Employment Research Unit
|Last Modified:||04 Apr 2016 13:53|
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