Workforce supply and demand has catapulted "women's issues" to the forefront of the business agenda. These issues will continue to be the poor stepsisters of other corporate needs, however, unless they are recognized as broad-based workforce issues of the 1990s. The dynamics of women's entrance into the labor market have dramatically changed the structure of the family and consequently the needs of both men and women in the business community. The corporate challenge for the next decade will be to solve creatively the work/family puzzle and establish an environment that supports the full utilization of women in business.
Goldberg, Carol R.; Gorman, Aileen P.; and Hansen, Kathleen B.
"Issues in the Corporate Workplace,"
New England Journal of Public Policy:
1, Article 9.
Available at: http://scholarworks.umb.edu/nejpp/vol6/iss1/9