Women's Issues in the Workplace Discussion Panel - Event Details
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Women's Issues in the Workplace Discussion Panel
Location: UCB 127
How can women expect to be treated differently from men in the recruiting process and in the workplace? What steps can women take now to help overcome these challenges? What is the 'glass ceiling'? Does it exist? What can young women do to break through it?
These are questions that women face every day, regardless of age. A collaborative effort of the Office of Applied Learning Experiences (ALEX), the UH Hilo Women's Center, and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), this interactive session features a panel of human resource professionals and leaders from Big Island Toyota, Hawaii Radiologic Associates, HPM, and YWCA of Hawai`i Island.
The program format is designed to discuss the issues women face in the workplace, as well as how to overcome them. The discussion is designed to provide insights for UH Hilo students, female and male, as well as members of the general public
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