Janis Jerome Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

40-year-old mother of three who is considering a job change. She must decide whether she should take a high-paying, challenging job with a consulting firm, which also includes moving to another city and trying to save `toll 'marriage, or stay in a less complex, lower-paying job with limited prospects for advancement. It should take into account issues of fitness "man-work" as well as practical issues of women's participation in management, dual career families, and human resources policies. This case is designed to be used in tandem with 9A89C023 case, "Jack Jerome," which is a same situation from the point of view of men. "Hide
by Jeffrey Gandz Source: Richard Ivey School of Business Foundation 7 pages. Publication Date: 01 January 1989. Prod. #: 989C22-PDF-ENG

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