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Wednesday, 19 April 2017 11:27

Women outnumber men at workplace in Mizoram

A recent survey conducted by the Mizoram Presbyterian Church’s Synod Social Front has revealed that there are more women than men, even in abattoirs and stone quarries.

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In the last decade, female labour force participation (FLFP) rate in India has fallen significantly by 10 percentage points, according to ASSOCHAM-Thought Arbitrage Research study.

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There are leadership differences between men and women, which make for gender diversity in the workplace.

 

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On an average, women comprise 3 per cent of the telecom workforce. However, at Telenor, the share of women employees has gone up to 11 per cent.

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The programme takes care of women’s needs as mothers and home-makers so that they can give their best to their professions as well.

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The FMCG player has introduced several new initiatives to promote a gender inclusive culture.

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Women thrive when there is an alignment between the individual and the organisation. Only then can one break through the inertia and advance women at the workplace.

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Friday, 11 September 2015 11:08

How inclusive is India Inc.?

India Inc. needs to address the systemic, culturally ingrained issues affecting women’s workplace experiences and career trajectories in order to be fully inclusive.

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Friday, 08 May 2015 10:23

Choice of the professional platter

Work-life balance is no longer a woman’s problem alone. The increasingly automated and brutal world of competition, finds both men and women struggling to find a balance between their professional and family commitments. But, are organisations indifferent to the needs of their workers?

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Years of social conditioning has confined women to playing the roles of daughter, wife and mother, one at a time but they are capable of much more.

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