10 Benefits of Gender Equality in the Workplace (International Women's Day 2020) (2022)

10 Benefits of Gender Equality in the Workplace (International Women's Day 2020) (1) Sharon Hurley Hall

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Today is International Women's Day (IWD). The day has been marked worldwide on March 8th since the 1920s. And it's been backed by the United Nations since 1975. Depending on where you are, International Women's Day may be a national holiday, or simply an observance.

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The origins of International Women's Day are rooted in early 20th-century protests in different parts of the world to honor working women and agitate for change in terms of pay, voting rights and more. Some 45 years later, many of these issues are still relevant. Those who observe the day may be celebrating women's achievements or protesting because there's still a long way to go to achieve equity.

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In this guide, I'll look at this year's International Women's Day theme, and examine the continuing problem of gender inequality. The guide will also cover gender equality in the workplace and will share resources to help you create a more equitable workplace wherever you are.

#EachforEqual: What Is Collective Individualism?

If you're wondering how to celebrate International Women's Day, a good starting point is checking out this year's theme. There's been an official UN theme since 1996, with recurring topics including peace, access to education, women's empowerment, ending violence against women, equality and women in the workplace.

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The 2020 IWD theme is #EachforEqual. As the IWD site explains, this is about collective individualism. But what exactly does collective individualism mean? The site says it's about choosing to

"challenge stereotypes, fight bias, broaden perceptions, improve situations and celebrate women's achievements."

Collective individualism is also about using individual behavior to make a collective impact on the world. Every conversation and action can help create change. Importantly, this isn't just about taking actions on International Women's Day itself, but about taking action throughout the year to reduce gender inequality.

This is something everyone can participate in, not just women. Research done for IWD 2019 found that two-thirds of people around the globe agree that men have to be involved in the battle for gender equality or it won't be achieved.

Gender equality has been a goal since the first International Women's Day, and it's one of the reasons why International Women's Day is celebrated at all. Yet, it remains an enduring problem.

The Problem of Gender Inequality

Though gender inequality is reducing in some parts of the world, there's still a long way to go. UN statistics show that, in many parts of the world, girls and women are more likely than men to be subjected to violence, and to have impaired access to education and health facilities. They're also underrepresented when it comes to access to economic resources and in public life.

In fact, the World Economic Forum reveals that there are only six countries in the world (Belgium, Denmark, France, Latvia, Luxembourg and Sweden) where women have equal work rights to men.

Another major issue is the gender pay gap, which currently it'll take 108 years to close, according to the World Economic Forum. Women are routinely underpaid compared with men filling the same roles.

One famous instance of this was at the BBC, where at one stage male employees routinely earned 9.3% more than their female counterparts. In one landmark case, a male presenter earned more than seven times as much as a female presenter hosting a similar type of show.

In addition, women's careers and earning potential are adversely affected by childbirth and childcare. And women are underrepresented in senior roles both in the government and within companies. UN statistics show that in government, Finland leads the way with more than 60% of government ministerial roles filled by women.

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In Pakistan, there are just 4.2% of women in senior business roles. At the other end of the scale, Namibia has 48,6% of women in senior roles. Around the world, there is a general lack of diversity in hiring practices.

The Benefits of Gender Equality in the Workplace

The International Women's Day team is clear on one thing:

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"Equality is not a women's issue, it's a business issue."

The #EachforEqual theme recognizes that gender equality is essential for thriving communities and businesses. Here are 10 tangible benefits of gender equality in the workplace.

1. A Better Economy

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Women spend double the amount of time as men do on unpaid work such as caregiving and household tasks. This prevents them from participating fully in the economy. Add to that the gender pay gap and you have a serious problem.

McKinsey estimates that were more women to be able to fully participate in paid work, and earn equal pay, that could add $28 trillion to the global gross domestic product (GDP). That would be a 26% increase by 2025. This would also contribute to company profitability, as another McKinsey report shows that increased gender diversity should improve profitability by 21%.

2. Improved Productivity

Gender equal workforces work better in many ways. One of the major benefits of improved gender equality in the workplace is a more cohesive and more productive workforce. A University of Greenwich study suggests that providing more child care and elder care would free more skilled women to return to work, which is good for productivity.

Plus, according to multiple research studies, diversity of opinion leads to a more holistic approach and therefore higher achievement. Gender equal workforces are more likely to have varied perspectives and approaches, resulting in better decisions.

3. Increased Growth and Innovation

Accenture believes that if companies want to grow, they also have to innovate. Workplaces that have a culture of equality exponentially increase their ability to do both.

An empowering, bias-free and supportive gender equal workplace leads to an innovation mindset. Key aspects of this are willingness to get inspiration from beyond the organization, to work across the organization, and to be willing to experiment.

According to Accenture, this has the potential to add $8 trillion to the US economy by 2028.

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4. Diversity of Views

That same Accenture report also promotes the value of diversity of views to business culture. As one business leader points out, if everyone looks the same and has the same background, then they also have the same blind spots.

A more diverse approach gives your company the chance to benefit from views that fall outside the norm. That's another major benefit of gender equality. Learn more about the benefits of workplace diversity in the following guides:

  • A New Look at Diversity in the Workplace for 2020Sharon Hurley Hall14 Jan 2020
  • How to Manage Diversity in the WorkplaceAlexis (Lexi) Rodrigo27 Jan 2020

5. More Flexible Working

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As mentioned earlier, women around the world do the bulk of the unpaid caring. This negatively affects their career and income prospects. A more flexible work culture can minimize or eliminate this issue.

For example, in many Scandinavian countries (Finland is the latest to offer this), parental leave is shared equally between men and women. Plus, everyone appreciates the benefits of a more flexible work culture. A survey by PowWowNow shows that 81% of people says flexible working would make a job more attractive.

Telecommuting and part-time hours are a benefit everyone can enjoy, and contrary to popular belief, it doesn't hurt productivity at all. Recent data from Flexjobs shows that 85% of businesses say productivity increased with more flexible working.

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6. A More Stable Workforce

When people feel excluded, they don't stick around. That means that companies that are not gender equal run the risk of failing to attract or retain the best talent for individual roles.

A good starting point, says Talent Culture, is to avoid asking for salary history when interviewing. This unfairly penalizes women who are already affected by the gender pay gap. Plus avoid preconceptions about which gender is right for which role. If you're hiring the best people, regardless of gender, then you have laid the foundation for a stronger and more stable business.

It's also important to make it clear that there are routes into leadership and management for people of all genders, not just men. For example, Oracle has a program designed to encourage and support women leaders.

7. Happier Employees

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Gender equality isn't just good for women. In fact, as Global Women points out, it makes the whole workforce happier. Any steps you take to level the playing field for women level it for all genders.

For example, Flexjobs research suggests that offering the chance to work remotely means employees are 57% more likely to be satisfied with their jobs, and 80% of employees are less likely to be stressed.

And gender equity means that men can assume roles that normally go to women, if those roles make them happy - a win-win.

8. Improved Customer Targeting

Did you know that women are responsible for 70 to 80% of consumer purchasing? Despite this, in a typical workplace, women may not be involved at all in making top-level decisions about product development and marketing.

Why wait till you're about to launch a product or service to figure out if it works for this key demographic? If you get women involved at all levels of your company, then it's easier for you to target this huge segment of your customer base effectively - and early. This has the potential to make your company much more profitable in the long run.

9. Better Quality of Life

It goes without saying that a company with flexible work, equal pay, diverse hiring and is continuing to innovate, grow and be productive leads to a better quality of life for employees of all genders.

Men may find they're able to spend more time with their families and have a more balanced life. Meanwhile, women may find their contributions are prized, and feel more fulfilled in their working lives.

10. Improved Company Reputation

More and more, consumers care about company's ethics and social responsibility. Fair employment practices are one key issue, says research from Accenture. The report shows that 53% of consumers will complain when disappointed by a brand's stance on a social issue.

In addition, a quarter of UK consumers won't go back to a brand after they've been disappointed. Learn more about being an ethical and responsible company in the following guides:

  • Community Involvement: How to Be a Company That Gives BackAndrew Childress21 Nov 2019
  • What Is Business Ethics and Why It Makes a Difference for Your OrganisationAndrew Blackman08 Oct 2021

As we said earlier, gender equality is definitely a business issue. If your business has a reputation for promoting gender equity and diversity, then you'll have a better reputation, which will help you to attract the right workers AND the right customers.

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Learn More About Gender Equality

To learn more about issues of gender equality in business, read the following guides:

  • 10 Top Women in Tech: Entrepreneurs to Watch in 2018Andrew Blackman07 Mar 2018
  • 12 Tips to Overcome Gender Bias in the WorkplaceAndrew Blackman08 Mar 2019
  • Press for Progress: 40 Inspiring Quotes for Women EntrepreneursAndrew Blackman08 Mar 2018

Make Your Workplace Gender Equal

As Ogilvy points out, gender equality has to be a shared mission among all genders. Use the tips in this guide to promote gender equality in your workplace. After all, it's not just fair; it's also good business.

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Sharon Hurley Hall

Professional B2B Writer, Anti-Racism Activist and Educator

Sharon Hurley Hall is a professional B2B writer, an anti-racism activist and educator. Her B2B writing has been published on Amex, Square, Taboola, BBVA, OptinMonster, and CrazyEgg, Sharon is certified in content marketing and email marketing.Firmly committed to doing her part to eliminate racism, she is the Founder and Curator-in-Chief of Sharon’s Anti-Racism Newsletter. In this weekly online publication, Sharon writes about existing while Black in majority-white spaces, and amplifies the voices of other anti-racism activists. She has written and ghostwritten articles for companies and non-profits looking to show up authentically with their DEIB and JEDI content. In addition, Sharon is the Diversity Team Lead and Anti-Racism Educator at Omnis Education, where she develops and leads anti-racism courses, diversity education curricula, and workshops for children and adults.Sharon has also worked as a journalist, an editor, and a senior journalism professor at Coventry University in the U.K. A speaker and podcaster, Sharon is the co-host of The Introvert Sisters podcast, and has been a featured presenter at events by The National Collaboration for Youth Mental Health, SIETAR DC, The Equality Practice, and Jim-Ree Museum Inc. Sharon holds MA degrees in Media and Cultural Studies, and in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. She helped develop and teach the MA Journalism program at Coventry University in the UK.

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FAQs

What are the benefits of gender equality in the workplace? ›

Workplaces to provide equal pay for work of equal or comparable value.
...
Workplace gender equality is associated with:
  • Improved national productivity and economic growth.
  • Increased organisational performance.
  • Enhanced ability of companies to attract talent and retain employees.
  • Enhanced organisational reputation.

What are the benefits of gender equality? ›

Gender equality makes our communities safer and healthier

Unequal societies are less cohesive. They have higher rates of anti-social behaviour and violence. Countries with greater gender equality are more connected. Their people are healthier and have better wellbeing.

What is the importance of women's equality? ›

Gender equality prevents violence against women and girls. It's essential for economic prosperity. Societies that value women and men as equal are safer and healthier. Gender equality is a human right.

What is gender equality answer? ›

Gender equality requires equal enjoyment by women and men of socially-valued goods, opportunities, resources and rewards.

What do you think are 5 benefits of having gender diversity in an Organisation? ›

5 Benefits of Gender Diversity in the Workplace
  • Higher Profitability. ...
  • Productivity Boost. ...
  • Improved Innovation. ...
  • Top Talent. ...
  • Positive Culture.
1 Mar 2021

Why is equality important in the workplace? ›

Equality in the workplace helps brings together workers from all different backgrounds, and puts all perspectives on the table. This promotes intra-company and inter-company networking, boosts morale, and builds cohesive teams focussed on achieving positive results for the company.

What is equality in the workplace? ›

Equality in the workplace means equal job opportunities and fairness for employees and job applicants. You must not treat people unfairly because of reasons protected by discrimination law ('protected characteristics').

What is gender balance in the workplace? ›

Gender balance is about ensuring that there are equitable opportunities for individuals notwithstanding their gender, including equitable access to employment, compensation benefits, and developmental opportunities across all sectors of an organization.

What are the benefits of gender equality in education? ›

Gender-equitable education systems empower girls and boys and promote the development of life skills – like self-management, communication, negotiation and critical thinking – that young people need to succeed. They close skills gaps that perpetuate pay gaps, and build prosperity for entire countries.

What is the main goal of gender equality? ›

Gender equality is achieved when women, men, girls and boys have equal rights, conditions and opportunities, and the power to shape their own lives and contribute to the development of society. It is a matter of equitable distribution of power, influence and resources in society.

What are some examples of gender equality? ›

Examples of Gender Equality
  • Example 1: Equality at Home. ...
  • Example 2: Equal Pay for Equal Work. ...
  • Example 3: Zero Tolerance for Sexual Harassment and Gender-Based Bias. ...
  • Example 1: Economic Equality. ...
  • Example 2: Improved Education. ...
  • Example 3: Better Health.
7 Feb 2022

Why is having equality important? ›

Equality is about ensuring that every individual has an equal opportunity to make the most of their lives and talents. It is also the belief that no one should have poorer life chances because of the way they were born, where they come from, what they believe, or whether they have a disability.

What is the importance of gender? ›

Gender is of key importance in defining the power, privilege and possibilities that some people have and some people do not have in a given society. It affects progress towards equality and freedom from discrimination.

What is gender equality today? ›

Gender equality means that men and women have equal power and equal opportunities for financial independence, education, and personal development.

What are the benefits of diversity in the workplace? ›

Five benefits of diversity in the workplace
  • Better opportunities for creativity and problem-solving. ...
  • Smarter decision-making. ...
  • An increase in profits and productivity. ...
  • Reduced rates of employee turnover. ...
  • Improved reputation for your business. ...
  • Be fair and identify potential bias. ...
  • Value all of your employees equally.

How can a woman improve representation in the workplace? ›

How to Improve Gender Diversity in the Workplace
  1. Build an inclusive workplace. ...
  2. Write better job descriptions. ...
  3. Proactively source a diverse pipeline. ...
  4. Provide your team with unconscious-bias training. ...
  5. Set a diverse group of interviewers. ...
  6. Implement fair compensation practices. ...
  7. Learn from your exit interviews.
22 Jun 2022

Why do we need gender diversity in the workplace? ›

By ensuring that you have gender diversity on your team, you can benefit from these different points of view and increase the creativity and innovation on your team. Plus, it helps your organization to challenge gender stereotypes, which can, in turn, promote your corporate brand as gender-inclusive!

What are examples of equality in the workplace? ›

Examples of equality and equity
  • The recruiting/hiring process. When a company begins the search for a job candidate and cares about diversity, a strategy is important. ...
  • Salary. Equal pay and equitable pay are often confused, but they have some key differences. ...
  • Accommodations.

How do you achieve greater equality in the workplace? ›

Creating equality in the workplace:
  1. Start at the hiring process. ...
  2. Create and encourage a safe work environment. ...
  3. Help employees to educate themselves. ...
  4. Don't just accept differences, celebrate them. ...
  5. Make it known that your company stands for equality and create a culture to support it. ...
  6. Speak to your employees about wider issues.
28 Sept 2020

How do you treat others equally in the workplace? ›

How to treat others with dignity and respect
  1. Acknowledge each person's basic dignity.
  2. Have empathy for every person's life situation.
  3. Listen to and encourage each other's opinions and input.
  4. Validate other people's contributions.
  5. Avoid gossip, teasing and other unprofessional behavior.

What are the 9 protected characteristics? ›

Under the Equality Act, there are nine protected characteristics:
  • age.
  • disability.
  • gender reassignment.
  • marriage and civil partnership.
  • pregnancy and maternity.
  • race.
  • religion or belief.
  • sex.
19 Feb 2020

How can we solve gender inequality in the workplace? ›

How to improve gender equality in the workplace
  1. An everyday problem.
  2. Don't waste your resources.
  3. Know your legal obligations.
  4. Offer equal pay for equal work.
  5. Challenge your own beliefs.
  6. Encourage the use of mentors.
  7. Know your role models.
  8. Help promote gender equality in the workplace.

Does gender matter in the workplace? ›

A 2014 study found that moving from a single-gender to blended workplace increases productivity by 41%. (MIT) In 2016 the Peterson Institute identified a significant under-representation of women on corporate boards and leadership positions.

Why is gender important in development? ›

Gender is an important consideration in development. It is a way of looking at how social norms and power structures impact on the lives and opportunities available to different groups of men and women. Globally, more women than men live in poverty.

What is the importance of women's empowerment? ›

Empowering women is essential to the health and social development of families, communities and countries. When women are living safe, fulfilled and productive lives, they can reach their full potential. contributing their skills to the workforce and can raise happier and healthier children.

How did gender equality start? ›

Gender Equality was made part of international human rights law by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which was adopted by the UN General Assembly on 10 December 1948.

How can we support women's rights? ›

Here are eight different ways you can help us support women's movements across the globe and ensure the rights of all women are respected, valued and realised.
  1. Raise your voice. ...
  2. Volunteer. ...
  3. Start a fundraiser. ...
  4. Attend marches and protests. ...
  5. Donate to women's movements and organisations. ...
  6. Shop smartly. ...
  7. Challenge events.
16 Apr 2019

What is gender equality Class 10? ›

Gender equality is a state or situation where men and women enjoy the same rights and opportunities across all sectors of society. Whether it is home, educational institutions or any workplace.

What do you know about gender bias write 10 lines? ›

A simple example of this bias is when a person refers to an individual by their occupation, such as “doctor” or “engineer,” and it is assumed that individual is male. Males, however, are not immune from gender bias. For example, teachers, especially those who teach younger-aged children, are often assumed to be women..

What is gender equality simple definition? ›

Equality between women and men (gender equality): refers to the equal rights, responsibilities and opportunities of women and men and girls and boys.

What are the 3 types of equality? ›

While identifying different kinds of inequalities that exist in society, various thinkers and ideologies have highlighted three main dimensions of equality namely, political, social and economic.

What is an example of equality? ›

#1.

When a society has racial equality, it means no one is oppressed or discriminated against because of their race.

How can we stop gender inequality? ›

Learning Objectives
  1. Reduce socialization by parents and other adults of girls and boys into traditional gender roles.
  2. Confront gender stereotyping by the popular and news media.
  3. Increase public consciousness of the reasons for, extent of, and consequences of rape and sexual assault, sexual harassment, and pornography.

What is the importance of women's rights essay? ›

When women get equal rights, the world can progress together with everyone playing an essential role. If there weren't any women rights, women wouldn't have been allowed to do something as basic as a vote. Further, it is a game-changer for those women who suffer from gender discrimination.

How does gender equality affect society? ›

Evidence from around the world shows that gender equality advancements have a ripple effect on all areas of sustainable development, from reducing poverty, hunger and even carbon emissions to enhancing the health, well-being and education of entire families, communities and countries.

What equality means essay? ›

By equality, we generally mean that all men are equal and all should be entitled to identity of treatment and income. “Men are born, and always continue, free and equal in respect of their rights”. We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created equal”. But in practical life this is not true.

How does gender affect your life? ›

Gender stereotypes affect behaviour, study choices, ambitions and attitudes about relationships. Girls are less likely to take part in organised sport. Girls are less likely to do advanced maths subjects in their final years of school.

How many genders are there in world? ›

There are many different gender identities, including male, female, transgender, gender neutral, non-binary, agender, pangender, genderqueer, two-spirit, third gender, and all, none or a combination of these.

What is the importance of gender sensitivity in workplace? ›

The concept of gender sensitivity is a way to reduce the barriers caused due to discrimination and gender bias. Creating the right kind of gender-sensitive environment leads to mutual respect regardless of their gender.

What are the effects of gender inequality in the workplace? ›

Accordingly, gender inequalities in each element can affect the others, creating a self-reinforcing system that can perpetuate institutional discrimination throughout the organization and that can lead to discrimination in HR policies, decision-making, and enactment.

Why is it important to understand gender related issues in the workplace? ›

It doesn't matter if we're talking about gender, race, or color. As with any stereotype, gender stereotypes prevent effective communication between men and women. They can even create friction and discord, which lessens company morale and productivity.

What are the benefits of gender equality in education? ›

Gender-equitable education systems empower girls and boys and promote the development of life skills – like self-management, communication, negotiation and critical thinking – that young people need to succeed. They close skills gaps that perpetuate pay gaps, and build prosperity for entire countries.

What does gender equality mean in the workplace? ›

What is gender equality in the workplace? Gender equality in the workplace means employees of all genders have access to the same rewards, opportunities and resources at a company, including: Equal pay and benefits for comparable roles with similar responsibilities.

What does equality in the workplace mean? ›

Equality in the workplace means equal job opportunities and fairness for employees and job applicants. You must not treat people unfairly because of reasons protected by discrimination law ('protected characteristics'). For example, because of a person's sex, age or race.

What is the importance of gender awareness? ›

Gender awareness is necessary because no one is ever completely able to 'step outside' of the social and cultural processes that partly shape our identities, values and perceptions, but we can still develop ways of reflecting and ways of interrogating ourselves, and this is very important for group work and group ...

What are women's rights in the workplace? ›

If a factory has more than 30 women workers the employer must provide a creche for the workers children. Women cannot be made to lift more than the prescribed weight. Women cannot be made to clean or oil any moving machine. Women cannot be made to work more than 48 hours in a week.

Does gender play a role in the workplace? ›

Gender plays an important role in the workplace as women have worked towards equality for many years. There have been studies done to suggest that women's pay grades are lower with respect to men, but one other major issue is the role of gender in traditional offices.

What are some examples of gender equality? ›

Examples of Gender Equality
  • Example 1: Equality at Home. ...
  • Example 2: Equal Pay for Equal Work. ...
  • Example 3: Zero Tolerance for Sexual Harassment and Gender-Based Bias. ...
  • Example 1: Economic Equality. ...
  • Example 2: Improved Education. ...
  • Example 3: Better Health.
7 Feb 2022

Why is having equality important? ›

Equality is about ensuring that every individual has an equal opportunity to make the most of their lives and talents. It is also the belief that no one should have poorer life chances because of the way they were born, where they come from, what they believe, or whether they have a disability.

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