In the first section I examine the traditional structures used to change the workplace to adapt to changing societal demands. I address what these structures have accomplished and the limitations of these structures in dealing with the problems endemic in women's work. Secondly I address why women's needs in the workforce should be confronted differently than they have been in the past. And lastly, I assert that by combining traditional structures with a clearer focus on women's needs, new concepts of reform will emerge to legitimate women's work experiences.
Janelle M. Rettler,
Women's Work: Finding New Meaning Through a Feminist Concept of Unionization, 22 Golden Gate U. L. Rev.