Cultural Dimensions In Femininity

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In the world of globalisation today, many of us have to work for struggling in the life. Employees have a commitment towards their parents, children and their partner. “Flexible work schedules such as flextime, telework, or compressed work weeks, are examples of increasing variation in the timing and duration of work hours, and the location of work.” (Ellen et al. Flexible Work Schedules). Many employees will have the interested in flexible work schedule. Flexible work schedule is a schedule that makes employees can work on a flexible time. They can manage their time to work, they can manage their starting time working and ending time working. This can help them to manage their time in working hour. They only have to fulfil their work time…show more content…
Employee who loves a flexible work hour will have the femininity. Masculinity means “Masculinity stands for a society in which social gender roles are clearly distinct: Men are supposed to be assertive, tough, and focused on material success; women are supposed to be more modest, tender, and concerned with the quality of life.” and femininity means “Femininity stands for a society in which social gender roles overlap: Both men and women are supposed to be modest, tender, and concerned with the quality of life.” Hofstede (2001), Culture’s Consequences, 2nd ed. p 297. Femininity more flexible with family and think that failing is a minor accident it is vice versa with masculinity. Employee who had intentions to spend more time with their family is the person who has the femininity dimensions. They want to take care of their family rather than spend their time in the office. We can say that the person who loves to spend more hours in the office is a workaholic person that hardworking and concentrate with work. They think that, work come first family later. This person can be related with masculinity dimensions in Hofstede’s Cultural

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