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Gender Equality in Contemporary Organizations
Pages 10 (2510 words)
Gender issues are usually evaluated from the women's perspective as they are the ones who are generally considered oppressed, disadvantaged or the "weaker sex" and hence perceived as victims. Owing to this popular notion of how women are perceived several considerations and privileges are offered to them like: easing the burden of family responsibilities or eliminating organizational and labour market practices which discriminate against women, maternity leave and even protection for part-time workers…
It is this exclusion along with the perceived improvement of the position of disadvantaged groups that has contributed to the perception that men have been disadvantaged by equality (Burke and Black reading)
However, with the magnitude of such special policies incorporated by organizations for women perhaps they are now putting men at a disadvantage. Besides, the gradual increase of women in workforce could pose the threat of marginalization to men in the organization. This paper discusses if men are turning into victims of equality in contemporary organizations. Given that they have always been the dominant sex and wielded power over women, can they really be victims The paper discusses factors that may or may not contribute to men's disadvantaged position.
Given that men have outnumbered women in organizations it is difficult to conceive how they can be victims. Traditionally women have been perceived to be the victims of male domination in organizations. They are the ones who face the glass ceiling and find it difficult to get entry into senior positions. ...
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