The gender divide refers to the differences in treating men and women in the workplace. It includes gender discrimination and inequality in terms of job opportunities, payments, benefits, progressions, etc. The gender divide in the workplace can be the difference between the percentage of men and women working or their salary gaps.
Example of the gender divide in workplaces:
Inequality based on gender is a complex issue for the organization. When the employees are treated unequal and not given exposure to opportunities equally, it results in the downfall of the company as a whole. Some of the negative effects are:
The ways in which organizations can practice gender equality are:
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