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Female Patterns of Work, Remuneration, Facilities and Opportunities

Management Research News

ISSN: 0140-9174

Article publication date: 1 January 1982


While a great deal of information has been accumulated in recent years about the role of women in employment, by the end of the 1970s considerable gaps in our understanding still remained. The Equal Opportunities Commission (EOC) were instrumental in isolating and highlighting a large number of quite diverse areas where existing knowledge was deficient. In an attempt to rectify this situation, the EOC/SSRC Joint Panel funded a major new survey of ‘Women and Work’, which was undertaken by IFF Research Ltd. during 1979. Given our research interests, the authors were commissioned to analyse the results of this survey insofar as they relate to work patterns, remuneration, facilities and opportunities, with particular regard to the different experiences of men and women.


Bosworth, D.L. and Dawkins, P.J. (1982), "Female Patterns of Work, Remuneration, Facilities and Opportunities", Management Research News, Vol. 4 No. 2, pp. 2-3.




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