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Toni Repetti and Shekinah Hoffman
Published: Toni Repetti and Shekinah Hoffman
Toni Repetti (Hospitality) and Shekinah Hoffman (Sociology) recently published their paper "Glass Ceilings & Leaky Pipelines: Gender Disparity in the Casino Industry" in the UNLV Gaming Research & Review Journal. The study suggests there is a potential glass ceiling for women in the casino industry, as well as gaps in vertical leadership across individual departments. Hoffman is a doctoral student.
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