Which features of employment relations systems have had most impact on the position of women in labour markets?

Please include some reference from reading list below:
Chapters in Hyman & Ferner (1994), Hollinshead et al.

Special Issue on Gender Equality and the New Europe, European Journal of Industrial Relations (2005)

J. OaReilly & C. Fagan, (1998) Part Time Prospects

J. Rubery et al., (1998) Women and European Employment

J. Rubery et al., (2005) How to Close the Gender Pay Gap in Europe, Industrial Relations Journal

H. Kitscheldt et al., (1999) Continuity and Change in Contemporary Capitalism, Chapter 9

J. Rubery (2003) Gender Equality still on the European Agenda, Industrial Relations Journal

A. von Wahl (2006) Gender Equality in Germany, West European Politics

A. Gregory (2000) a?Womenas Employment in Francea, Modern and Contemporary France

R. Mahon (1996) a?Women Wage Earners and the Future of Swedish Unionsa, Economic and Industrial Democracy

J. Lewis (1993) Women and Social Policies in Europe

a? Van Ruysseveldt et al. (eds.) (1995) Comparative Industrial and Employment Relations

a? J. Van Ruysseveldt & J. Visser (eds.) (1996) Industrial Relations in Europe: Traditions and Transitions

a? A-W. Harzing & J. Van Ruysseveldt (eds.) (2004) International Human Resource Management

a? A-W. Harzing & J. Van Ruysseveldt (eds.) (1995) International Human Resource Management

a? J.R. Niland et al. (eds.) (1994) The Future of Industrial Relations

a? Berger & D. Broughton (eds.) (1995) The Force of Labour

a? G. Hollinshead & M. Leat (eds.) (1995) Human Resource Management: An International and Comparative Perspective

a? Hollinshead et al. (1999) Employee Relations

a? R. Locke et al. (1995) Employment Relations in a Changing World Economy