San Diego (Sept. 30, 2003) -- While workplace dynamics are changing, they're not changing quickly -- participants noted in a discussion on gender bias at the American Society of Women Accountants' annual conference here.

"There have been significant improvements in attitudes and practices conducive to the advancement of women during the past 20 years, but gender bias is still one of the biggest issues women face in the workplace," Karen A. Hefner told attendees during the workshop sponsored by the Educational Foundation for Women in Accounting.

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