2023, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A
A case study on gender differences at workpalaceAuthor(s):
Almost every company and government in the world has made promoting gender parity in the workplace a top priority. To this day, not even in the world's most progressive nations can we find full sex equality. The purpose of this thesis is to debate whether or not institutionalized discrimination against women exists. We have made an effort to identify the roots of the gender gap that still exists in our society, which is widely recognized as a significant barrier to the development process in any nation. When designing a workplace that fosters productivity and success for people of both sexes, it's important to keep gender in mind. According to research by Jennifer Ber dahl in the journal Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice, "Women tend to prefer egalitarian standards in professional groups," whereas males prefer hierarchical arrangements. We've made an effort to learn more about the disparities in attitudes about work and coworkers, the quality of the workplace, job satisfaction, pay, and other areas. Within the framework of the research, we have highlighted some of the fundamental reasons of the gender gap against women, such as a lack of awareness of women in leadership roles, maternity breaks, lack of promotion chances, and so on. As a result, we've outlined some policy recommendations for addressing the country's gender gap. Pages: 45-47 | Views: 208 | Downloads: 69Download Full Article: Click Here
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Radhika. A case study on gender differences at workpalace. Int J Law Justice Jurisprudence 2023;3(1):45-47.