Gender Diversity In The Workplace

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CSR is a concept whereby companies think about the interests of society by taking responsibility for the effect of their activities on buyers, suppliers, partners, societies and the environment in all parts of their operations (Trusit,20). In other words, focus of CSR is on four fundamental elements: the workplace, the community, the marketplace and the environment. Implementing CSR principles means that the company acts consciously and actively considers gender, amongst other topics, when taking business decisions that influence its employees and society . In her social scientific article “CSR and Gender in Workplace” Parminder Kaur, A.R.S.D. College, University of Dehli, argues about gender diversity in workplace, and introduce some…show more content…
She maintains that women in developing countries often face with gender diversity in the workplace because of the personal factors, and explains the situation by giving example of India where women are confined to work at the managerial positions. Also, from my perspective, women are not hired for executive positions because of being unskilled and less confident. It is observed when women make decisions or face with some challenges in their work. Likewise, women cannot explain their opinion when they are asked question or they are not able to indicate their extreme views whether they strongly agree or disagree with the statements at the business meeting. It is because of being less confident or shy. Furthermore, females are considered as the weaker part of the society with miserable, impressionable, illogical and emotional traits while males are considered as wise, logical, and competitive (Kahloon,2013). In 2011, the Institute of Leadership and Management, in the United Kingdom, studied British supervisors about how sure they feel in their callings. majority of the women respondents informed about their self-question about their occupation execution and professions, contrasted and less than 33% of male respondents.For…show more content…
By being aware of their rights women will be able to enshrine themselves from harassment or conflicts. Kaur alleges that the companies which deal with gender diversity in society should include some education and training programs related to gender equality in order to make women be aware of their rights. It is hard not to comply with her that women are less confident and unskilled for senior positions, therefore, for eliminating this problem they should develop their leadership skills, and be aware of their rights in order to be successful in their
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