Abstract. This research paper explores the issue of gender discrimination in workforce and its impact on the satisfaction and motivation, commitment and enthusiasm and stress level of employees.
GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN THE WORKPLACE: A STUDY OF WOMEN’S PARTICIPATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION MANAGEMENT IN GHANA. Akua Ahyia Adu-Oppong. Assistant Registrar, College of Technology Education, Kumasi- University of Education, Ghana. Cecilia Arthur.
This research paper explores the issue of gender discrimination in workforce and its impact on the satisfaction and motivation, commitment and enthusiasm and stress level of employees. Close ended questionnaire was administered from 526 males and females of.The objective of this research is to analyze issues related to discrimination on the basis of gender in the workplace and legal implications of such discrimination, as well as to identify specific mechanisms of protection. The research uses systematic, comparative and analytical methods.Gender Discrimination refers to a kind of prejudice or discrimination on the basis of one’s gender. It was initially assumed that women were the only one affected by it. But in today’s times there’s no gender specificity in this matter. The sample size so taken in the study is 61. And the demographic factor is the gender, being male and female.
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