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What Works for Women at Work WIHE Review
MOVEABLE TYPE: What Works for Women at Work: Not a Typical Advice Book
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Williams and Dempsey emphasize the necessity of flexible career paths that allow leave or part-time work, so that women and men aren’t penalized for care-giving, as well as methods to control implicit bias in hiring, evaluations, assignments, promotions and compensation.

Higher Ed Admin Professionals’ Job Search WIHE
IN HER OWN WORDS: Lessons from Higher Ed Admin Professionals’ Job Search
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Statistics and job candidates’ reflections showed that men and women have different job seeking experiences, and it’s important to understand why.

Latina PhDs Find Support Online WIHE
Latina PhDs Find Support Online
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Latinas need a supportive environment, one that encourages their scholarship and is understanding of their unique challenges and situations.

Women in Higher Education
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