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High End Department Stores, Their Access to & Use of Diverse Labor Markets
High End Department Stores, Their Access to & Use of Diverse Labor Markets
 
Our Price: $20.00
Year: 2004
Pages: 41
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0756748828

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Barry Leonard (ed). Our nationís retailers employ nearly 15% of all private sector employees. This study determines how people of color fare in depít. stores, the largest employer of all retail sub-sectors except for food & bev. stores. Moreover, women make up a large portion (75%) of the retail salesperson in these stores. This report addresses 2 questions: Do high end depít. stores (HEDS) focus so much on locations in affluent neighborhoods that they limit access that non-white workers might have to employ. there? Second, regardless of accessibility to diverse work forces, do HEDS maintain a diverse work force? Depít. stores in the 10 largest metro. areas are examined: N.Y., L.A., Chicago, Phila., Dallas, Miami, Wash., D.C., Houston, Detroit & Boston. Illus.

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