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Female employees benefit from a male CEO’s generosity when he becomes a father, particularly if the first child is a girl

Fatherhood and managerial style: How a male ceo’s children affect the wages of his employees From Administrative Science Quarterly Motivated by research suggesting that the transition to fatherhood influences a man’s values, this study examined how a male CEO’s newborn … Continue reading

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It’s always nice to feel the love…

I hope they won’t mind my linking to it, but Kingston University’s publishing course ran a masterclass recently with SAGE’s global publishing director, Ziyad Marar. They’ve written up a great summary of the event, where Ziyad talked about SAGE’s values. … Continue reading

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The rehabilitation aim of probation officers at odds with UK Government punishment agenda

Attitudes and beliefs of trainee probation officers: A ‘new breed’? From Probation Journal In recent years the UK Government has been placing less emphasis on the idea of probation as a form of rehabilitation, instead re-framing it as ‘punishment in … Continue reading

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