Working women: issues and challenges

By: Pandya, Rameshwari
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Gurgaon Madhav Books 2010Description: viii, 118 p.ISBN: 9788190789158Subject(s): Women employees - Family relationships - India - Vadodara | Women employees - Job stress - India - Vadodara | Work and family - India - VadodaraDDC classification: 331.4095475 Summary: The study of anatomical, physiological and psychological aspects of human beings in their working environment is important to ensure that the work fits the job to the man rather than the man to the job. In a semi-industrialized country like India, the working class is one of the weakest sections of society. Society being male-dominated, women workers receive still poor recognition/value. It is not that there are no statutory provisions to ensure fair working conditions for women in India. In fact, the constitution of India provides equal rights and opportunities to both the genders
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The study of anatomical, physiological and psychological aspects of human beings in their working environment is important to ensure that the work fits the job to the man rather than the man to the job. In a semi-industrialized country like India, the working class is one of the weakest sections of society. Society being male-dominated, women workers receive still poor recognition/value. It is not that there are no statutory provisions to ensure fair working conditions for women in India. In fact, the constitution of India provides equal rights and opportunities to both the genders

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