Case-Study-on-Board-Quotas Essay

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Case Study on Board Quotas
Prepared By-
Md. Rokib Chowdhury (Id: 3-15-30-036)
Md. Ifteakhar Alam (Id: 3-15-29-087)
Biplab Vattacharjee (Id: 3-15-30-063)
Md. Mosfiqur Rahman (Id: 3-15-30-062)

Submitted to-
Prof.Dr. Md. Abbas Ali Khan
University of Dhaka

Contents page no
Summary …………………………. 3
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Ques No2 …………………………. 7
Fig 1 ………………………….. 7
Fig 2 …………………………… 9
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Women participate in the labor force in roughly the same proportion as men but women occupy few seats on the boards. We try to find out below causes on it.
01. Gender Discrimination: Gender inequality and discrimination are root causes of violence against women, influenced by the historical and structural power imbalances between women and men which exist in varying degrees across all communities in the world. Gender discrimination is the unfair treatment of a person because of gender. Gender discrimination affects both men and women. It is apparent in work situations where one gender is given preferential treatment or one gender receives less pay or job responsibilities because of gender bias and unfair stereotypes. Gender discrimination also exists in sports, educational institutions and political organizations. Genders also experience sex discrimination when applying for housing or applying for credit. According to TNS Research Surveys, 68 percent of women surveyed believe gender discrimination exists in the workplace. Federal law protects women and other minorities from discrimination in the work place. The Equal Pay Act of 1963 ended the practice of paying men more than women when performing the same jobs and duties. In 1964, the Civil Rights Act extended this protection to other minorities. Despite these protections, many women

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