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middle-management

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  • Even a 25% increase in the ranks of middle-management women reaching the next level "would significantly alter the shape of the pipeline," it said.

    Coaching Urged for Women

  • So while at the middle-management level, women have made substantial progress, at the top management level the statistics are still quite depressing.

    Disappointing Statistics, Positive Outlook

  • Delta employs more than 81,000 staff and the twin programs announced Thursday are open to more than half of its front-line and middle-management employees in the U.S..

    Delta Air Lines Seeks Job Cuts

  • It is also eliminating roughly one middle-management position per store.

    Home Depot, Lowe's Boost Seasonal Hiring

  • There is a silver lining, a leverage point—middle-management women.

    Where Are All the Senior-Level Women?

  • Cultural differences and turf wars, particularly in the senior and middle-management levels, are likely, and it will take a lot of effort for teams to operate synergistically.

    So, What's the Big Deal?

  • At other times, we are outside in the dark, peering unobserved into nondescript hotel rooms and lobbies, middle-class apartments and middle-management offices, automats and late-night bars.

    A Peek Behind Those Paintings

  • We can argue about whether Obama's incremental, middle-management approach to governance set Democrats up for this situation in the first place.

    Ben Tripp: What Happens After the Election?

  • Lucifer made himself a dumpy American middle-management type in an off-the-rack suit too small at the waist and too big across the shoulders.

    The Infinite Monkey Theorem

  • Many middle-management men get promoted on potential.

    A Blueprint for Change

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