Senior Careers in Retailing : an Exploration of Male and Female Executives ’ Career Facilitators and Barriers

@inproceedings{Broadbridge2008SeniorCI,
  title={Senior Careers in Retailing : an Exploration of Male and Female Executives ’ Career Facilitators and Barriers},
  author={Adelina Broadbridge},
  year={2008}
}
Structured Abstract Purpose Retailing as a sector employs many women and serves a female dominated customer base. It also employs proportionately more women in management positions than in other occupational sectors. However, at senior levels, the proportion of women to men diminishes. This article examines the perceived facilitators and problems of senior retail managers' career development in order to see if it offers any insights for others to achieve senior managerial positions. Design… CONTINUE READING

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