Women's Fight for Respect and Equality in the Workplace Essay

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According to ("College Candy") women have been fought they way to earn a respectful and equal opportunity in the place of work and looking back a few decades, according to a presentation by Emma Carter (2013), in 1911 women had no protection against discrimination in the workplace although, the role of females in our society was escalating as the society began to enter the labour market during the First World War in 1920.

A presentation by Carter (2013) also states that in 1941 seven million women were involved in the workforce and almost two million females were involved in the heavy industry, but was only because there was a lack of male workers during the Second World War.

The above statement indicates that seven million female
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According to ("College Candy") women have been fought they way to earn a respectful and equal opportunity in the place of work and looking back a few decades, according to a presentation by Emma Carter (2013), in 1911 women had no protection against discrimination in the workplace although, the role of females in our society was escalating as the society began to enter the labour market during the First World War in 1920.

A presentation by Carter (2013) also states that in 1941 seven million women were involved in the workforce and almost two million females were involved in the heavy industry, but was only because there was a lack of male workers during the Second World War.

The above statement indicates that seven million female entered the workforce and almost two million were involved in the heavy industry in the workforce and the question is, how many people were behind this statement and why do only two million out of seven or more were involved in the heavy industry workforce?

“For more than a few decades, women have fought for equality in the workplace. Men are told to think like women and women are instructed to act like men. But the council tends to reinforce stereotypical traits like empathy for women and aggression toward men.” Cannon (2012)

Sayed (2009) believes that women have fought they way up to accomplish a high position in the workplace. However, Sayed (2009) also believes that there is still a considerable, if not gigantic, difference in the gender

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