Monthly Archives: October 2017

Male flight attendants’ identity work

I assume that not many of us struggle explaining to our students how male flight attendants have to work on their identity as a reaction to for example being employed in a sex-stereotyped occupation and the emotional labour that is … Continue reading

Posted in Emotional labour, gender, identity, Men and women working, Stereotype | Leave a comment

Do CEO’s Matter?

Well, it might be that the immediate response of some of you would be a straightforward “Yes”, or in some cases possibly a “No”. However, there seem to be management scholars, who try to provide research-driven answers to this question. … Continue reading

Posted in Obscurity | Leave a comment