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GENDER EQUALITY at Work: Some are more equal than others


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GENDER EQUALITY at Work: Some are more equal than others

by Dr Nitasha Ramparsad

ISBN: 9781869228026

Publishing Date: September 2019

  • R299,00


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Gender Equality at Work is a practical, easy-to-implement guide for HR practitioners on how to use gender mainstreaming as a strategy to address gender equality in the workplace. 

Gender Equality at Work will show you how to circumvent many of the barriers to implementing gender mainstreaming. You’ll also learn how to create a more enabling environment at work for gender equality initiatives, as well as how to:

Get senior management buy-in
Implement company gender policies and practical corporate guidelines
Develop a gender equality action plan
Operationalise gender equality
Implement sustainable gender equality campaigns And more!

Not only will Gender Equality at Work give you an in-depth account of the current status quo of women, both locally and globally, but you’ll have access to a host of case studies highlighting the successes and failures of gender equality initiatives across the globe. 

This is an essential handbook for any executive who wants to change the gender equality initiatives in their organisation. Unlock practical, easy-to-implement solutions to address gender equality in the workplace.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Dr Nitasha Ramparsad is the Director for Leadership Support at the National School of Government. Nitasha has been published extensively in international, peer-reviewed journals and is frequently invited to speak at conferences on her expertise. She was recently nominated for the Gender Mainstreaming Awards 2019 in the category Positive Role Model. She holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of the Witwatersrand.

 

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