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  1. Dual Career Couples and Career Development

    . LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1. FAMILY CAREER ISSUES 2.2. REALLOCATION ISSUES 3. CONCLUSIONS 4. REFERENCES 1. Introduction: Dual career couple is a common term used for marriages who both wife and husband have careers and work outside home. The challenges faced by these couples has been purpose of study for HR...

  2. Gd Topics

    successfully combine both career and home 49.  Women are good managers. 50.  Effect of liberalization on poverty. 51.  Indians perform better as individuals rather than in groups. 52.  Business and ethics go hand in hand, or do they? 53.  Developing countries should spend more on development than...

  3. general topics

    disguise Higher education should be made possible only for those who can pay for it. Women cannot successfully combine both career and home Women are good managers. Executive should be allowed to form unions. Effect of liberalization on poverty. Indians perform better as individuals...

  4. Philosophy of Education

    make schooling both interesting and useful. Ideally, the home, workplace, and schoolhouse blend together to generate a continuous, fulfilling learning experience in life. It is the progressivist dream that the dreary, seemingly irrelevant classroom exercises that so many adults recall from...

  5. Woman and Society

    2nd 2012 Table of Contents 1. Laws and programs 2.1. Public programs for maternity and parental leave for women and men 2.2. Public programs for kindergarten 2. Consequences of having a child for women in society 3.3. Consequences for women’s careers 3.4...

  6. Contextual Analysis

    establishes a strong male dominance and women’s subordination in Indian sub-continent. These orthodox societal and cultural beliefs put women at a highly disadvantageous role. Their career decisions are entirely dependent on husband’s will as one women participant said: “I cannot defy whatever my husband...

  7. Reaction Paper

    to successfully pursue a career while meeting the needs of their children. Thoughout the 1970 and 1980 the dominant ideal of working mother mother was the ``supermom’’ juggling meeting, report, and presentation with birthday parties science project and soccer games. With growing numbers of women...

  8. Feminism and Feminist Therapy

    as men. As a result of the activities of feminist activists and theorists, women began to exercise their choices about whether or not they would work outside the home and about the kinds of careers they could pursue (Betz & Fitzgerald, 1987). This challenge to the old adage “a woman’s place...

  9. Working Woman

    effects for family and career. Woman has forced a lot of difficulties to reach to her goal but she always tries to overcome the obstacles and harassments.The following are the significant points that why women need to work. First, through the ages, women have involved men during the war for nursing...

  10. Career and Marriage

    it shows that successful women don’t have a successful marriage. They can’t balance the work outside and inside the house. Divorces have increased in especially in two career marriages. Even though researches show that career breaks the marriages, I cannot agree with the fact if wife and husband...

  11. Give Fashion Brand Case Study

    rising at a higher rate than the overall female population (2.8% versus 2.3%), but this looks certainly more realistic, as less women are prepared to lead such traditional lives as previously, in terms of their expectations of both career and home life, as well as the likelihood that there will be...

  12. Luisa Moreno, Dolores Huerta and Chicana Activism Before the Chicana Feminist Movement

    work (Rose 27). This led her to her labor organizing work with Cesar Chavez in the UFW. Moreno and Huerta both started their personal adult lives in the traditional role of wife and mother, but both also non-traditionally had more than one marriage and placed their careers before, and sometimes at...

  13. Hr Strategies

    more husbands who adopt the “Mrs Doubtfire” – stay at home role, caring for the children while the women are the breadwinners. The increase use of childcare facilities and domestic helpers in some countries has also enabled more career-oriented women to be proactive about their career choices and...

  14. "Feminism is for Everybody" by Bell Hooks

    meetings, feminist consciousness-raising groups studies created a body of jobs both in the world of the academy and in the world of publishing. These career-based changes led to forms of career opportunism wherein women who had never been politically committed to mass-based feminist struggle...

  15. Recruiting

    targets employees of another, similar organization, possibly luring them with a better salary and the promise of better career opportunities. An example is the recruiting of a partner of a law firm by another law firm. The new lateral hire then has specific applicable expertise and can make a running...

  16. Early Adulthood

    , progress on a timetable, in both family and career accomplishments; are expected to think and behave like a parent so they are facing more demanding roles and expectations  Young adults frequently make sacrifices, such as a lower standard of living, for the opportunity to leave home. This...

  17. Mother in the Workplace

    important role in finding alternatives to the "mommy track". Efficient organizations do not demote women who chose to have children. Rather, they seek to encourage and empower all employees, regardless of the status of their lives at home. An increasing number of companies in recent years have been...

  18. Women in the Workplace

    successfully became an entrepreneur after most of my siblings and I became teenagers. I always had one or both parents at home with me. My childhood was traditional by definition. I, however, don’t have the dream of having children of my own. I don’t know how I would balance family life and a career...

  19. Nothing

    accomplishment from work, and 58 percent indicated that they prefer work outside the home to homemaking. Other research suggests that most women will be employed outside the home at some time in their adult lives and that work will have great importance in their lives.The career development patterns of...

  20. Leadership summary

    motives are directed towards self interest rather than the good of the group. The acquaintance phase Begins by an offer from the leader or the subordinate for improved career oriented social changes. It involves sharing more resources and personal information. It is a testing period for both...

  21. Martha Stewart

    Introduction Martha Stewart, former model and stockbroker, business mogul, editor, author, and homemaker extraordinaire, has been on Fortune magazines "50 Most Powerful Women" list four times (TV.com, 2007). America's fascination with Stewart stems from the fact that she successfully combines...

  22. Discuss How Dramatic Texts Express or Reinforce Patriarchal Conceptions of Gender.

    and shocked his audiences. Ibsen criticised and scrutinized many of the moral bases that the middle class pride themselves as having for example ‘perfect’ marriage, happy home life. With the influence of women and their necessity towards helping provide stability ‘back home’ in world war one saw...

  23. The Journey of Adulthood

    ) (www.ebsco.com). Emotionally, young adults are faced with several challenges they have to deal with in development. They may find it hard to leave home whether its fear of separations, or individuation. The process differs in men, and women. Men consider separation and individuation to be key goals...

  24. Prem de Prem Le

    women from the national imaginary instead reinscribes them even in their physical absence. In both Zanjeer and Sholay, the feminization of the song space attests to this fact. This is evoked through the reminder that melodrama, as part of the private sphere, the home, that women are seen to occupy...

  25. Cult of Domesticity

    would naturally consider this way of treatment a cruel punishment. In her diary she wrote, "I went home, followed those directions rigidly for a month and came perilously near to losing my mind" (Lane, To Herland 121). In the late 1800's women did not have the opportunity to have both a career and...

  26. A Social and Cultural Category

    societies gender in quality is largely explained by women’s unpaid work in the home. Since household labor is unpaid and is seen as a lack of power the homemaker takes on virtually all domestic chores. Men’s economic advantage provides the basis for gender inequality both inside and outside the home...

  27. Some Gd Topics

    social expenditure is the need of the hour 132. Joint family is a blessing in disguise. 133. Higher education should be made possible only for those who can pay for it. 134. The weaker sex is the weakness of the stronger sex. 135. Women cannot successfully combine both career and home. 136...

  28. The New Economy – Driven by the Dual Forces of Globalisation and Icts – Has Given Rise to New Forms of International Business That Is Characterised by Decentralisation, a Flattening of Hierarchies, a Growth of Knowledge Work, and Flexibility

    remote managerial control. The romantic view of working from home was unimaginable before but now information technologies are bringing it into reality. It is beneficial with increased productivity of employees and offers significant opportunities for women with children and disabled people. Another...

  29. The Correspondences of Charlotte Bronte

    of a literary career. Southey explains to Brontë that the imagination will raise desires which she cannot satisfy, desires which will provoke discontent with the appropriate duties of a woman’s life (Southey 238). Brontë’s reply on March 16, 1837 to Southey assures him that she was aware of the...

  30. Group Discussion

    successfully combine both career and home. 29.Women are good managers. 30.Executive should be allowed to form unions. 31.Effect of liberalization on poverty. 32.Indians perform better as individuals rather than in groups. 33.Business and ethics go hand in hand, or do they? 34.Developing countries...