• Employee welfare schemes are flexible and ever changing. New welfare measures are added to the existing ones from time to time. • Welfare measures may be introduced by the employers, government, and employees or by any social or charitable agency. The very logic behind providing welfare schemes is to create efficient, healthy, loyal and satisfied labor force for the organization. The purpose of providing such facilities is to make their work life better and also to raise their standard of
The women have realized the crucial role that they need to play in the development of the economy of their country. They have also noticed how important it will be on their side to be self-reliant and not to be too independent of their husbands. Following the introduction of the policy, there are several households in the country that are headed by women. Women have also struggled with their new found sense of independent to participate in the process of rebuilding peace and security in their beloved country. Following the introduction of the provision of the micro-financing loans to the women, more economic development have been recorded in the country.
“If you feel like you don’t fit or belong—for whatever reasons—your satisfaction is bound to be lower because not only is it human nature to want to belong ... it is crucial for getting tenure” (Trower). This is a common feeling women face in today society. Women have been in the work field for years dating back to the World Wars. They have changed the world for the better, organizing powerful movements in order to create more of an equal playing ground for females in society. Many women are breaking the traditional norms and changing the stereotype of what women should do or be.
b- Education: Education has found to change all women’s view about marriage in many society. So, education is the main reason for " later marriage", since they want to finish their education and to improve themselves also to work and gain money. Because period of education is too long and women reject to go to school and get married at the same time. With education women change her view about their partner and start search about perfect men that are really not present. ( Ntoimo and Abanihe, 2011).
WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT AS A MEANS TO ACHIEVE GENDER EQUALITY I. HOW TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE GENDER EQUALITY By assuring the access of women to education, decent work, proper and universal health care, as well as representation in economics and politics, both the economy and society will be very benefited, while achieving gender equality will contribute to creating a nonviolent, flourishing and sustainable world. As explained in the previous section, the inequalities and violence suffered by women are hard to tackle and the efforts taken up-to-date have not been enough. It is now time for effective solutions and implementations. After a long research of different scholars and institutional officers, I came up with the following list of possible solutions for achieving effective sustainable gender equality.
When they turn into business they have to face tremendous problems for every success. Despite effort is made by them they must be recognized positively and they faith to withstand by themselves. There are many challenges for women in the Indian setup broadly divided into social, financial, domestic, policies etc …some of which are discussed below. • One of the core duties of women in India is to take care of the family members, leaving little time for business activities. Woman entrepreneurs have to make a perfect balance between household and business activities especially if she is married.
Each employee’s interest and need will be different. Some women employees who do not have much responsibility at home may be interested in policies that are integrated with work and family life so that more time can be spend with colleagues, while those with more responsibilities outside office work will be interested in segmenting policies so that work and family life can be balanced. Women employees interested in integrated policies will be interested to involve family members also with the events conducted in the company. Those who are unmarried may like to be involved with organization related functions, with or without involving family members. There is an influence of job role to family role or vice versa and when integrating policies are concerned where as segmenting policies segregate one role from the other (Rothbard, N.P., Dumas, T,L and Katherine Williams Phillips, K, W, 2001).
The reality is entirely different. The inner conflict and tension was experienced particularly if they are very keen to play both their roles very efficiently and are desirous of paying equal attention to their home and work. Time apportionment of a working woman was related to the type of responsibilities at home and at work place. Studies conducted by Nye and Hoffman (1963) and Kapur (1974) indicated that women who choose to combine marriage with career had to face problems in allocating time and resources between the two major
It needs the empowerment of the women in every walk of life. Wrong and old practices for the women in the society from ancient time have taken the form of well-developed customs, culture and traditions. Women empowerment would result in better and more developed