What is it about?
This paper tries to examine whether public policy causes women leaders to quit their jobs. Very often researchers and practitioners argue that when governments adopt HR policies, such as localization of workforce, the policies must protect women and prevent them from quitting or changing jobs.
Why is it important?
This paper is important because it reports that while HR policies are important and governments should continue to implement policies that protect women at work, the policies alone does not guarantee a full protection or empowerment for women. There are many other factors that are important for women to remain in leadership positions, such as the organizational culture, organizational practices, and women's ability to fight back.
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