OVER 80% OF BOSSES STILL SEE GENDER BIAS AT WORK

Four in five managers (81%) have witnessed some form of gender discrimination or bias at work in the past 12 months, suggests research from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI). Inappropriate remarks, gender bias in promotion decisions as well as recruitment, and gender inequality in pay and rewards are proving to be major barriers still to gender equality at work, the survey highlights. Over two-thirds (69%) of managers said they saw women struggling to make their views heard in meetings, while four in five (81%) said they had witnessed inappropriate remarks including comments with sexualised overtones. Caroline Dinenage, UK minister for […]

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