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Women Employees In Hospitality Industry Face More Work-Life Pressure Than Men: Study

Women Employees In Hospitality Industry Face More Work-Life Pressure Than Men: Study

According to the study, at the individual-level, women employees face more work-life pressure than their male counterparts.

14 March 2022
A Job Of Work (From Home)

A Job Of Work (From Home)

If work from home takes off, the flexibility may either help women to continue with their work, or seek part-time jobs.

30 October 2020

Load Bearing, Load Sharing: Is Domestic Work Keeping Women From Working Outside?

On near-daily basis, women have to strike constant balance between work at home and work ‘outside’ and thus, they are disproportionately afflicted with...

Silent Structures: How Do Stereotypes And Biases Affect Women In Workplace?

Silent Structures: How Do Stereotypes And Biases Affect Women In Workplace?

What are some of the ways through which biases — both internal and institutionalised — impact women at work? And what can we do about them?

13 July 2020

Is Safety In Public Spaces Impacting Women’s Workforce Participation?

The connection between safety and access to jobs is one that requires all stakeholders to consider who occupies space, and how. This is partly because the...

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10 June 2020
Is Education The reason Women Are Disappearing From India's Workforce?

Is Education The reason Women Are Disappearing From India's Workforce?

Girls are staying in school for longer. However, even as these numbers are rising, it is important to note that this is not translating into them eventually...


10 June 2020
Women Are Ready To Take On The World, But Where Are Their Jobs?

Women Are Ready To Take On The World, But Where Are Their Jobs?

Women want to work, and businesses benefit from their labour; therefore, this is about leveraging ambitions as much as it is about economic growth and industry.


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