Gender, Power and Management: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of by Barbara Bagilhole, Kate White

By Barbara Bagilhole, Kate White

Ladies are actually a part of senior administration in larger schooling (HE) to various levels in such a lot international locations and actively give a contribution to the imaginative and prescient and strategic course of universities. This publication makes an attempt to examine their effect and strength effect on either organisational progress and tradition

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Despite political initiatives to promote father-friendly policies in parental leave, these policies do not really promote the equal sharing of childcare, as men do not spend as many hours as women on domestic responsibilities (Perista & Lopes 1999; Perista 1999, 2002). Portugal’s parental leave legislation nevertheless recognises the duty of the state to assist families to balance work and parental responsibilities and is closer to the model developed in Sweden than that in Ireland, for example.

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