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    Gender diversity and gender discrimination in the tech industry is a highly discussed topic among the human resources field. Many women continuously feel underrepresented in the field of tech and find that it is hard to obtain top management positions. This is due to the many problems that women face while trying to pursue these positions. These problems include overcoming the glass ceiling, dealing with sexual harassment in the workplace, and women being placed into gender stereotypes. Summary

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    affecting the native communities. The globe & Mail reported the Aboriginal only represented 2.3 % of house of parliament in 2011(). With the election Mary McCullum the number of native reputation in the parliament will go up and increase the cultural diversity found in our politics. The decision to elect these two women can serve as important landmark for new leadership for minority groups. Both of the women have long history with helping out the less fortune and acted as leaders in their respected

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    Gender diversity is unbiased or fair representation among genders. Every society treats women and men differently. “In the past, all women in the workplace were automatically assigned to temporary or part-time or low responsibility jobs because it was understood that their first priority was taking care of their families. Unmarried women were likely to quit as soon as they married (often to an up-and-coming executive in the company), and married women were likely to quit as soon as they became pregnant

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    Many people believe that gender stereotypes are sets of characteristics thought to be typical for gender categories. For example, some companies are not employing a woman because of the maternity leave. Employing somebody because staff believe him or her to be homosexual, this is still direct discrimination because of sexual orientation. Recruiter in some companies believe males are generally strong and aggressive but females are weak and emotional. The equalization of males and females in organisations

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    problems that they must face. When people who are considering becoming transgender, they describe the process as realizing that they are supposed to be a different gender, however, their body does not represent that. Most of the time their changing process will result in changing their temporary appearance to appear more as the opposite gender. Their identity that most seem themselves as is changed and represents the person they want to be; their occupations, clothing, and attitude are the first major

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    DIVERSITY: RACE, CLASS, & GENDER BEAUTY: WHAT’S IT REALLY ABOUT? 4/117 When the duchess of Windsor once said “A woman cannot be too rich or too thin.” No this does not apply to man. Men hold a different standard then woman are, it is okay for man to date woman with a lot of money and nothing is ever said about the man except that he must really love her. But if we flip it the other way around and a woman mad the statement that a man could never be to rich or too thin, then we

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    Gender Diversity Case Study

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    Introduction Diversity can be defined as the differences among the people working in the same workplace. Those differences can be related to gender, race, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, culture or personalities. Managing diversity within organisation is about ‘recognising this range of differences in people and valuing people as individuals, respecting their differences and their differing needs. It is also about accommodating differences wherever possible so that an individual can

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    Gender Identity Gender diversity increases awareness and understanding of the wide range of gender variation in children adolescents and adults. The video shows diversity on kid’s gender identity. This video explains how biological sex does not always match gender identity. The three different kids in the video showed gender identity issues since they were in their early childhood. Jazz was biologically a boy, but he identifies himself as a girl since he was fifteen months old. His parents allow

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    Gender Diversity in Work Balance between men and women in the workplace has been absent from modern corporations. More often than not, employers discriminate against women for being the domestic partner. But society is changing, and we are creating a cultural lag in society, meaning that women have proven their capabilities to be far superior than what is commonly presumed time and time again, but society still fosters beliefs built on traditional gender roles. Women are not always domestic humans;

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    Impact of Gender Diversity on Leadership and Management Kaylin Wayne Wagan Hawaii Pacific University   Nursing is evolving throughout the years, with new studies and research, we as nurses must take it upon ourselves to not limit our fixated view towards to what we have been accustomed to. As future leaders, nurses “practice compassion and uniqueness of every individual” (2012). The world around us has changed particularly the rise in issues concerning gender. We have learned growing up that the

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