Discrimination on Women at Workplace

Discrimination on Women at Workplace

With the onset of modernization and increase of illiteracy in the society, gender equality in workplace has been hypothesized. However, the reality on how gender gap in workplaces in workplaces has been prevalent in the contemporary organizations. This discrimination between males and females in workplace has been expressed in terms of wage disparities, promotional turnovers and employment rates. Despite that legislative measures on employment relations have been developed to control workplace discrimination, the actual trends in the labor market still portray the underlying trends of discrimination in workplace (England 32). With many cases of workplace mistreatment among women remaining unrevealed, it has been evident that workplace discrimination remains unresolved issue in the labor market. This paper will focus on various forms of discrimination among women in their workplaces by exploring the trends and the factors associated sexual discrimination in workplace.

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