Almost half of Gulf women – 49 per cent – feel they are at a disadvantage to men when it comes to climbing the corporate ladder, more than in any other region in the Middle East, a new survey has revealed.
The Women in the Workplace survey, released 12 August, by Bayt.com and YouGovSiraj, measured the perceptions, attitudes, experiences and satisfaction of women living in the Middle East – including citizens and expatriates – with regard to their workplace.
This important survey is reported and discussed by Vivian Salama in an article at this link:
Vivian Salama, Gulf women feel disadvantaged at work, The National, 13 August 2008.
Dr Geoff Pound
Image: Some UAE women.
Related Reports Show Other Angles:
Women Rise up the ranks in Middle Eastern Workplace, AMEInfo, 13 August 2008.
Most Women Dismiss Gender Bias at Office, Business 24-7, 14 August 2008.
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