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Women and IT contracting work - a testing process. / Grey, S.; Healy, G.

University of Hertfordshire, 2001. (Business School Working Papers; Vol. UHBS 2001-9), (Employment Studies Paper; Vol. 36).

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Grey, S & Healy, G 2001 'Women and IT contracting work - a testing process' Business School Working Papers, vol. UHBS 2001-9, Employment Studies Paper, vol. 36, University of Hertfordshire.

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Grey, S., & Healy, G. (2001). Women and IT contracting work - a testing process. (Business School Working Papers; Vol. UHBS 2001-9), (Employment Studies Paper; Vol. 36). University of Hertfordshire.

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Grey S, Healy G. Women and IT contracting work - a testing process. University of Hertfordshire. 2001. (Business School Working Papers). (Employment Studies Paper).

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Grey, S. ; Healy, G. / Women and IT contracting work - a testing process. University of Hertfordshire, 2001. (Business School Working Papers). (Employment Studies Paper).

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