Effects Of Gender Discrimination

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Study Objectives: The purpose of the empirical study is to determine the effect of gender discrimination at workplace on employee’s performance, particularly in banking sector of Lahore, Pakistan. A study of private sector banks have been undertaken to find the extent of gender discrimination that exists in the banking sector of Pakistan and its impact on employee satisfaction.
Research Design/Methodology: A quantitative survey was design used for conducting the empirical study. 100 questionnaires were filled from the different employee’s from banking sector of Pakistan all the respondent 100% filled. Empirical evidence calculated by applying statistical techniques using (SPSS-16). Regression is utilized to check the effect of gender
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Result shows that assumption of the mediation analysis is fulfilled and mediation is partial mediation among the variables over all model is good fit. Findings show that all the variables are highly correlated and significant and there is a positive relationship among all the variables.
Research limitations: The focus of this empirical study is limited to people from banking sector of Pakistan thus cannot be generalized to other sectors. Since the sample size of 100 is being selected for empirical study which is limited to the geographical area of Lahore, so, a larger sample can be used to further generalize the findings to a larger population.
Implications: This study contributes significantly to the body of knowledge by examining the effect of gender discrimination at workplace on employee’s performance, particularly in banking sector of Lahore, Pakistan. Furthermore, the findings of the study will help official and policy maker in deciding that both males and females working in banks should be treated equally which would eventually contribute towards the economic growth and development of society.
Keywords: Gender Discrimination, Employees Performance,
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Researches have shown that increased female participation in workforce and formal sector employment were associated with high growth in a cross- country context (Klasen, 1999). Countries with more female labor force have international competitiveness, as many East Asian countries have been able to be competitive on world markets through the use of female-intensive export-oriented manufacturing industries (Seguino,

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