men are favored in management positions.

There doesn’t seem to be much difference in the general treatment of men and women in organizations, according to the respondents in the latest Randstad Workmonitor: 81% agree that both sexes are treated equally in general. Even so, a strong gender bias still exists in the workplace as 70% indicate that men are favored over women when two candidates equally qualify for the same job at their workplace.

Other key  topics on this report include: 

  • Is there a global preference for a male over a female manager?
  • Are men and women rewarded equally in similar jobs?
  • Are gender-diverse teams more effective than single sex/gender teams
  • In addition, this report contains quarterly recurring observations for: mobility, appetite to change jobs, actual job change and job satisfaction.

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