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Empowering women- Empowering generations

By: Prof. Shibani Banerjee, SPSU Each of the original eight colours present in the rainbow represent an idea: pink for sexuality, red for life, orange for healing, yellow for sun, green for nature, blue for art, indigo for harmony, and violet for spirit. Keeping these colours in mind the Rainbow center logo for SPSU has … Continue reading “Empowering women- Empowering generations”

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The Gender Pay-Gap on the Example of Austria

By: Julia Handl, FH JOANNEUM Ms. Julia Handl has written a bachelor thesis on the topic of the gender pay gap in Austria.Much of what she found might also be interesting for other countries and environments. The following blog entry aims to summarize her findings. The literature-based and empirical research for this scientific paper was … Continue reading “The Gender Pay-Gap on the Example of Austria”

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Diversity and its effects in organizations

Minna Liikanen, University teacher, University of Jyvaskyla School of Business and Economics JSBE, Finland, minna.t.liikanen@jyu.fi Anna-Maija Lamsa, Professor, Vice Dean, University of Jyvaskyla School of Business and Economics JSBE, Finland, anna-maija.lamsa@jyu.fi To meet multiple and complex demands in contemporary work life, organizations need to attract and retain women and other minorities. Workforce diversity has become … Continue reading “Diversity and its effects in organizations”

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Women and Career- Career Challenges for young women

Prof.Shibani Banerjee, Department of English, Sir Padampat Singhania University,Udaipur Beatriz González del Valle, Project Officer, INCOMA, Spain From times immemorial woman has been looked not as an individual but as an instrument who is there to support, seek approval and please man. It is indeed very clear in the term itself ‘woman’ as per the … Continue reading “Women and Career- Career Challenges for young women”

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COVID-19. Yet another challenge

When the COVID-19 virus first caused alarming news and forced cities into a lockdown only
in China in January, many probably could not have imagined or did not want to believe that it would hit many of us in the same way in the long run.

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Collaborative leadership can advance participation and inclusion

By: Shabnam A. Shaikh, Suvi Heikkinen & Anna-Maija Lamsa Jyvaskyla University School of Business and Economics JSBE, Finland The role of a ‘leader‘ occupies a significant position in achieving the organizational wide objectives such as increasing employee motivation, minimizing employee turnoveras well as advancing equality and fairness in the organization. Generally speaking, leadership is not … Continue reading “Collaborative leadership can advance participation and inclusion”

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Feasibility Analysis for the Implementation of EU Methods and Good Practices in India

Womens participation in education and in the labor-force are drivers for economic growth and therefore, it is in the interest of a society to achieve gender equality.

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Gender Stereotypes Limit Women’s Opportunities in Working Life in India

Only women can be caregivers and raise children. Women should stay at home. Women’s careers are not as important as men’s. These examples are not facts but gender stereotypes.

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Academics as a career choice amongst Women in India

Recently, women in India have transitioned from being a homemaker to an equally important member of households in terms of income contribution. Cultural bias, conventional approaches to workingand stereotyping have proved as hurdles to pursue careers by women in India since ages.

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Participation of educated women in the workforce in India: A teaser to begin with

Girls are one of the most valuable natural resources this planet has to offer being so full of potential, thinking brilliantly. And yet they are mistreated all over the world. There is definitely apartheid of gender.

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