Gender Bias As Related to Women in the Workplace

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Xlibris Corporation, Aug 1, 2000 - Law - 116 pages
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The work environments of men & women differ substantially because they tend to hold different kinds of jobs & because even in the same job they are assigned different kinds of tasks. Furthermore, the nature of work is changing due to shifts toward a service-based economy & the impact of high technology. Men & women may also differ in their responses to the demands of the worker role. All of these factors influence & distinguish the work experience of men & women & therefore require consideration if we are to understand the worker-job interaction.

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Walden did clerical work for six years prior to teaching, and has held several part-time clerical jobs while teaching. She taught 22 years in the Public Schools in Petersburg, Virginia and nine years in the Fairfax County Schools. She is president of the Women Ushers at Gillfield Baptist Church in Petersburg and organized the women for a District Conference from Virginia and Washington DC.

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