Janis Jerome

Case Analysis

A 40-year-old mother of three children, is considering a job change. You need to decide whether they are a high-paying, challenging job with a consulting firm, which also includes a move to another city and try to get a `long-distance marriage, or stay in a less demanding, lower paid take job with limited opportunities for advancement. You must consider the issues of “person-job” fit and practical issues related to women in leadership positions, dual-career families and staff development practice … Read more »

A 40-year-old mother of three children, is considering a job change. You need to decide whether they are a high-paying, challenging job with a consulting firm, which also includes a move to another city and try to get a `long-distance marriage, or stay in a less demanding, lower paid take job with limited opportunities for advancement. You must consider the issues of “person-job” fit and practical issues related to women in leadership positions, dual-career families and human resources practices and policies. This case will be in tandem with the case 9A89C023 “Jerome Jack” which uses the same situation presented by a male perspective.
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Jeffrey Gandz
Source: Ivey Publishing
7 pages.
Release Date: 1 January 1989. Prod #: 989C22-PDF-ENG
Janis Jerome HBR case solution