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सोमवार, 17 अप्रैल 2017

Indian Firms Need To Catch Up On Gender Parity

Indian Firms Need To Catch Up On Gender Parity
- At a time, when talks on women empowerment at the workplace has become a norm, Indian enterprises seems to have ignored the basics when it comes to providing meaningful career opportunities to its women employees. Most women professionals don’t consider their workplaces women friendly, reveals a new study. The report reveals that though most organizations claim to offer equal opportunities to men and women, their own women employees feel very differently, as nearly 90% women professionals say there isn’t much equality in their organization when it comes to career progression. They stated that promotions, opportunities for leadership roles, salary increases and incentive programs are biased towards men.