Women In The Workforce

By 1944, over half of American adult women were employed outside the home, making invaluable contributions to the war effort. As women went about their duties, supervisors often worried about effectively assimilating them into the workforce. This publication from the Radio Corporation of America (RCA) awkwardly attempted to assist supervisors with managing their new female employees.

Subject

Women

Creator

Records of the War Manpower Commission, Record Group 211

Source

Central Files and MOPAC Reports, 1942-1943

Date

ca. 1943

Rights

National Archives at Atlanta

Format

Textual Document, 4 pages

Identifier

National Archives Identifier 281498

Coverage

Atlanta (Ga.)

Original Format

Paper
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