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But, the scene shifts as people start climbing the corporate ladder. When it comes to choosing people for leadership roles, the gender bender acts as a major deciding factor. Discrimination in leadership appointment is, in fact, second only to unequal pay. The State of Workplace Gender Parity 2018 –A TopCHRO Report gives a detailed picture of gender discrimination, taking into account:
The size of the company
Departments in a company
The report comes with its fair share of surprises as it lists the departments where gender discrimination is the most prominent. It draws close on a hopeful note of gender discrimination following a decreasing trend with every new generation.
We recommend this report to:
Small startups to big conglomerates with a functional or absent gender discrimination policy on the papers.
Organizations who intend to go future forward with ‘equal pay and equal opportunity’ culture.