3) We also conducted a secondary analysis of oral histories collected by the first author in the mid-1980s with 28 white women clerical workers
in a Mid-Western U.
Many of these positions include heads-of-staff of clerical workers
that are located in both academic and administrative units.
Third, even though Strom does not depict the women who entered clerical work as victims, the organization of the book (structural changes and management practices in part 1 and female clerical workers
themselves in part 2) suggests that female clerical workers
responded to or were "manipulated" (Strom's word) by forces on which they had no impact.
Miss Driver, of Burnopfield, County Durham, had been employed as a part-time clerical worker
with her brother's toy firm - Gateshead-based Capital Enterprises Limited where she earned pounds 68 a week.
The commitee wants to know precisely the responsibilities of the clerical worker
, the work she actually carried out, and the conditions of service under which she was employed.
A clerical worker
is also said to have resigned before he could be dismissed while others have been charged with gross misconduct or received written warnings.
Louise, a clerical worker
from in Chipping Sodbury, near Bristol, was last seen alive leaving Spirals club, in Yate, at 2am on Christmas Day.
Ann Ford, 48, clerical worker
, Kingston Park: I'm going away at the weekend.
He met clerical worker
Tracey McColl, 25, in Gartree jail, Leicestershire.
After 1870, however, the world of the male clerical worker
was undermined by the vast expansion of clerical jobs and the entry of women into the field.
She had been a clerical worker
for Independent Lock Co.
Neil Hodgson, 30, clerical worker
, High Heaton, Newcastle: I'm not voting because I don't think it will make a difference.