International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Gender Biases against Women in the Workplace
James, C. Klutsey

Throughout the years, many organizations have experienced a plethora of issues regarding gender bias. In this study, my literature review has revealed that a significant proportion of gender bias emanates from upper management in almost every organization. This research paper examines and discusses gender discriminations (isms) explored as biases against women and men in the workplace. The study has revealed that a plethora of leaders are products of their upbringings, and stereotypes can influence the number of promotions and backlash effects that they can receive in their careers. In this write-up, socialization relating to male and female, stereotyping in terms of male vs. female, job promotion in male vs. female, backlash effects relating to male and female employed as (isms)in this study. Lastly, I provided several strategies that organizations could implement to eliminate gender bias in the workplace.

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