Collaboration is the best way forward and nothing can truly beat the idea of women helping women.
A recent study by Harvard Law School’s Center on the Legal Profession has concluded that women put in more hours of work on an average than men. This was one of the many surprising findings of the study.
Numerous surveys and news reports have stated how working mothers are discriminated against. A recent survey by the Associated Chambers of Commerce, however, explains the reason behind the increasing number of women quitting their jobs to become full-time mothers. According to the survey, 25% of first-time mothers in India quit jobs to raise their children. (…)
Women in the workforce are in a smaller number as compared to men all across the world: this is known fact. However, according to a report by the state government released this Friday, ‘Employment and Unemployment Status in Delhi 2011-2012,’ women in Delhi make up for only 9.4% of the total workforce. That means only 5.40(…)