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Embracing Equity this International Women’s Day

The focus on equal opportunities in the workplace has shifted towards equity, recognizing individual differences and providing resources accordingly. Employers need to adopt inclusive recruitment practices, address unconscious bias, support women's health, offer flexibility for caregiving responsibilities, and enforce a zero-tolerance stance on harassment. Click here for article.

  • Inclusive Recruitment: Transparent salary information and blind hiring practices can address gender pay gaps and unconscious bias.

  • Addressing Unconscious Bias: Training programs and comprehensive strategies are needed to reduce harmful biases in the workplace.

  • Support for Women's Health: Flexible working arrangements and reasonable adjustments should be provided for women experiencing health issues like menopause and endometriosis.

  • Flexibility for Care Responsibilities: Offering flexibility in working hours and remote options can help women manage caregiving responsibilities.

  • Zero-Tolerance on Harassment: Enforcing clear policies and procedures to address harassment promotes a healthy workplace culture and prevents discrimination.

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