Motherhood gifts to women the responsibility of bringing up a child and via this process, she can also be judged by people at her workplace and also the in society. Due to care of the child, the woman might exhaust more leave options, therefore risking the job security. Therefore, certain measures, both personal and social have to undergo significant changes in order to attend to such a situation. A mother who works, more so of one who is able to balance both work and domestic commitments, will thoroughly enjoy the simulation that her career or job offers. She plays a part in being a useful member of society and at the same time, possessing the ability to raise a future useful member, gaining financial independence.
The reason behind this effort is mainly to helps the woman to fulfilling their personal life. It is important to gives opportunity for woman to balance their career with family life in order to maintain their performance in any job given. Other than that, flexible systems in an organization ensure that woman employees have their freedom to voice out their ideas and opinion in any decision making. It is crucial for the organization to have “diverse-ideas” from both male and female employees so that the best decision can be made in different point of view. By having a clear picture of the reason to help those woman staff in the company, hence, Ernst &Young need to implement various programs to ensure the system flexibility really benefit
Nurse residents felt professionally empowered through their learning experiences and had positive testimonies regarding the residency (Welding, N., 2012). In order for mentoring and coaching to work nurses must be willing to take new nurse graduate under their wing. Next, mentors
The U.K. government is planning to increase the retirement age. The working women employee has no other way go but to take care of her elderly family members and also to work for an organization. As elderly people need more medical care, working women has to spend more for her family members which forces her to earn more from her job. Also elderly people need more attention; this would make the women employees to sacrifice their working hours or even quit their job to take care of the elderly family members. If the U.K. government increases the retirement age, it would help the working women to take care of her life.
Women have proved their core competency in the areas of Information Technology (IT), management, personal careservices and health care services. Women are encouraged in these areas of business asthey have core-competency. Besides the above areas, women entrepreneurs have emerged in the new areas like data base management, designing and multi-mediaservices. 1,3 Women entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurial Traits A review of the early women entrepreneurship literature produces different views on what constitutes an entrepreneur and what role the entrepreneur plays in the economic process. Visioner: A big idea of how something can be better and different Motivator: Womenentrepreneurs are driven to succeed and expand their business.
The issue of women empowerment remains a major concern in the quest for achieving sustainable development around the world. This concern is born out of the realization that investing in women can lead high socio-economic returns. Many African women are the unsung heroes that drive their communities, in spite of a male dominated society. As farmers, they increase agricultural productivity while ensuring food security for their families and communities. As Mothers, they cater for the needs of their children and relatives, prepare meals, and see to the general well-being of the family.
In an important study of women Self Help Groups of Erasama Block in Jagatsinghpur District , Kahnu Charan Dhir (2012) concluded that women Self Help Groups were successful in improving their lives and were able to hasten the task of poverty reduction to a great extent. He also concluded that, it requires the hard work, patience of the members, animators as well as the catalysts to achieve this goal and that these factors are extremely important. He felt that it is the duty of the banks to expand the SHG movement and change the attitude of the poor, who are lacking in repayment capacity, thus helping and encouraging them. In another study undertaken by Dinesh Pant (2012), it was observed that poor people of the Himalayan region were facing
There are many Governments, organizations, and individuals which support women financially. They hope that lending money and credit allows women to function in business and society, which in turn empowers them to do more in their communities. One of the primary goals in the foundation of microfinance was women empowerment. Loans with low interest rates are given to women in developing communities in hopes that they can start a small business and provide for their families. It should be said, however, that the success and efficiency of microcredit and microloans is controversial and constantly
The number of women is nearly half of the total population in Bangladesh, and an essential part of nation 's human resources. For this reason, bringing women to engage in income-generating activities have now become a major concern for the policy makers. Empowering women economically is a fundamental and unavoidable part of development dialog. In recent years, like other developing countries of the world, Bangladesh has been focusing on the most underprivileged group in the societyÑ the women. Bangladesh Bank, the central bank of Bangladesh is contributing significantly to commercial banks to promote women entrepreneurship in Bangladesh.
Women in India are playing an important role in the country’s governance. Many women have emerged as exemplary leaders at the policy level as well as the community level. Women got empowered and moved to participate further in all spheres of services – financial, administrative, judicial and education to name a few. Economically empowered women are the catalysts of qualitative growth of the future generations. The economies nurturing the dream of inclusive growth which makes sure that everyone is included in the development and growth process of the country and in return enjoy benefit from economic growth cannot achieve this without making their women economically empowered.