6 edition of Gender in the workplace found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Clair Brown and Joseph A. Pechman, editors.|
|Contributions||Brown, Clair, 1946-, Pechman, Joseph A., 1918-, Brookings Institution.|
|LC Classifications||HD6060.5.U5 G46 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 316 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||316|
|ISBN 10||0815711700, 0815711697|
|LC Control Number||87000668|
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Ruchika's book is an essential read for anyone interested in leadership and management. By presenting the lack of diversity in the workplace as an economic issue rather than a moral one, Ruchika manages to highlight the potential for champions of gender equality to promote growth and savings within their companies/5(41).
This book is full of useful information. It is full of different cases and is a good read - It certainly males you think about things such as Gender in The Workplace and how males and females are treated differently - Comes in handy if you have a class related to the subjectCited by: 2.
This book seeks to challenge the assumption that professional life and care-giving are antithetical, arguing that this has served to maintain longstanding gender imbalances in the realm of work. To mark the occasion, LSE Review of Books recommends 10 other must-read books on gender and the workplace.
This is a book about women, their work organisations, and change. It focuses on the strategies which women develop in order to survive, develop and.
Common Gender Stereotypes. Stereotypes cause a lot of misconceptions in the workplace. It doesn't matter if we're talking about gender, race, or color.
As with any stereotype, gender stereotypes prevent effective communication between men and women. They can even create friction and discord, which lessens company morale and productivity. While diversity is often viewed in relation only to race, ethnic and gender differences, in the case of the workplace, diversity can cover all aspects in which people are different, including age, gender, ethnicity, language, cultural background, religious belief, sexual orientation and family responsibilities, as well as educational level, work and life experience, personality and marital.
The book provides research rationales as to why responsible organizations must address the issue of gender equality in the workplace. It also presents case studies, action research and examples of good practices, describing how businesses and organizations are working to promote gender equality in various contexts.
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In both Japan and the United States, public policy is an important part of increasing gender equality in the workplace and at home, but not all of it.
As a society, we need to continue to encourage people to go beyond stereotypes and recognize the contributions that each individual, male or female, can make to the workplace and to relationships.
The notions of work equity and gender reflected in these two works—more than 30 years apart—provide an illuminating backdrop to the gender and workplace issues raised here. In particular, the complex interconnections between issues of workplace equity and the nature of family life are becoming clear (Jacobs & Madden, ).
Supporting gender equality and pay parity at work. Getty Images/iStockphoto. As only 29% of senior leadership roles in the workplace are held by women (and that number is the highest on record. Offers many new concrete examples of gender issues that arise in the workplace: New cases examine harassment in the military and "glass ceiling" issues as well as an updated look at gender stereotypes, promotion and benefits, career development, balancing work and family, sexual harassment, and much more.
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Buy the book today: http. She currently teaches ‘Gender and Diversity in Organisations’ at postgraduate level. She is a co-investigator on the Marsden funded grant ‘Glamour and grind: New Creative Workers’, co-editor of the Sage Handbook of Workplace Diversity () and The New Careers: Individual Action and Economic Change ().4/5(2).
Extending the existing theoretical literature on masculinity in the workplace, gender discrimination, and gender performance, the book introduces the new concept of "doing ambiguity." It contains original research complemented by humanizing narratives from transgender people that provide insights into rarely explored non-binary, gender-fluid.
Laura Zelenko: The senior people in leadership roles need to realize that gender diversity and inclusion is a top priority. They have to help. In book: Encyclopedia of the life course and human development, Chapter: Gender in the workplace, Publisher: Gale, Editors: Elaine Wethington, Rachel.
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Sexual harassment. This chapter reviews sociolinguistic research which provides evidence that gender is an important influence in the workplace context. Adopting a social constructionist framework, the review is structured around three themes: (1) research which examines the relevance of gender in different types of workplace interaction; (2) research which examines the relevance Cited by: 2.
Attorney Raymond F. Gregory addresses the millions of women who think they might be facing sexual discrimination and explains federal measures enacted to assist workers in contesting unlawful employer conduct.
He presents actual court cases to demonstrate the ways that women have challenged their employers. The cases illustrate legal principles in real-life experiences. When women are paid less because of their gender, it is a form of sex discrimination and is illegal.
The following statistics show how women are often underpaid in the United States. Women Earn Less Than Men Across the Board.
On average, a woman earns cents for every dollar a man earns, and women's median annual earnings are $10, less. STOP Gender-based violence in the world of work, #RatifyC K likes.
STOP Gender-based violence at work * ALTO Violencia de género en el trabajo * Stop à la violence sexiste au ers: K. Finally, a book that talks about gender-neutral workplace Aparna Jain’s new book, Own It, is essential reading for everyone serious about fostering a gender-neutral : Aparna Piramal Raje.
An ongoing survey — titled “Women on Work” — seeks to find out how the workplace and allied spaces and their culture can be made better for women : Liffy Thomas.
Gender stereotypes are formed at an early age in the family and at school. In the United States betweenwhen the first U.S. public school was opened in Boston, andwhen the Oberlin College admitted its first four female students, men seemed to have gained a certain advantage over their female counterparts.
Gender equality is a moral and a business imperative. But unconscious bias holds us back and de-biasing minds has proven to be difficult and expensive. Behavioral design offers a new solution. Iris Bohnet shows that by de-biasing organizations instead of individuals, we can make smart changes that have big impacts -- often at low cost and high speed.
Why you need gender diversity in the workplace 1. It can improve financial performance. Making your workforce more balanced between genders isn’t just a nice-to-have – rather, it’s a real driver of superior performance that all business leaders desire. This book is for everyone who wants to understand the other gender and enjoy working with them, whether you are writing an annual report, or raising a family.
Most of the case scenarios found in the book come from the working world, but the lessons of this book go beyond the workplace, for we all relate to both genders in one way or another. Gender diversity deals with equal representation of men and women in the workplace.
In this lesson, we will explore trends and issues with gender diversity in the modern workforce. The book shows how the state, in addition to and interactively with the workplace and household, can maintain gender inequality. In so doing, Pyle demonstrates the usefulness of a revitalized and broader structural approach to feminist analysis.
Gender inequality continues to afflict the workplace, and diversity training doesn’t help. In Septemberexperts who previously estimated that society would eliminate the gender pay gap by added another 60 years to their projection/ Gender Equity in the Medical Profession delivers essential discourse on strategically handling discrimination within medical school, training programs, and consultancy positions in order to eradicate sexism from the workplace.
Featuring research on topics such as gender diversity, leadership roles, and imposter syndrome, this book is ideally. Sex stereotypes and their effects in the workplace: what we know and what we don't know / Madeline E.
Heilman --Adjusting models of gender and work to new work environments / Maria Dolores Lolin Martins-Crane, Michael M. Beyerlein, and Douglas A.
Johnson --Gender and reactions to dominance / Catherine L. Copeland, James E. Driskell and Eduardo. Diversity at workplace is a common occurrence workplace nowadays.
It is also something you cannot avoid. However, a workforce that consists of different races, religions, ethnicities and gender can produce both positive as well as negative effects.
And in this post, that is what we are going to discuss. In today’s article, we are going to. Gender bias is the tendency to prefer one gender over another gender. In addition to gender bias, there are a number of other types of unconscious bias that disproportionately affect women's success in the workplace, which include: Performance Support Bias.
Performance support bias occurs when employers, managers and colleagues provide more. Extending the existing theoretical literature on masculinity in the workplace, gender discrimination, and gender performance, the book introduces the new concept of "doing ambiguity." It contains original research complemented by humanizing narratives from transgender people that provide insights into rarely explored non-binary, gender-fluid Pages: Focusing on the status of highly educated women in the workplace, this book examines how a particular demographic and workforce group can help to close the gender pay gap worldwide.
Despite contributing to the substantial fall of differentials between men and women on a global scale, the demographic of highly educated women is rarely explored.
Executive Summary. Interviews with 10 women of color shed light on some of the common challenges faced by black women in the workplace, how they cope with those challenges, and how those coping. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction / Clair Brown and Joseph A.
Pechman --Consumption norms, work roles, and economic growth, / Clair Brown --Internal labor markets and gender: a case study of promotion / Heidi I. Hartmann --The dynamics of. How it all began Inthree impassioned feminists – Aruna Rao, David Kelleher and Rieky Stuart – wrote Gender at Work: Organizational Change for Equality, a book that laid the seeds for this international at Work was founded in by the Association for Women’s Rights in Development (AWID), World Alliance for Citizen Participation (CIVICUS).
Workplace gender equality is achieved when people are able to access and enjoy the same rewards, resources and opportunities regardless of gender. Australia, along with many countries worldwide, has made significant progress towards gender equality in recent decades, particularly in education, health and female workforce participation.
How Does the Gender Empathy Gap Affect Women in the Workplace? Men and women have different priorities (generally speaking, of course). Women, for instance, prefer temporal flexibility over higher pay, while men will sacrifice Author: Susan M.