In this episode of Women in Labour, Devika Kher breaks down the u-curve, one of the most important theories to understand the drop in women's participation in the workforce, in less than 30 minutes.
In this episode of Women In Labour, filmmaker Paromita Vohra talks about adopting a narrative that is independent of the patriarchy. She also stresses on women deciding for themselves as to who they are and who they want to be.
In this episode of Women In Labour, Anant Ahuja, Head of Organisational Development at Shahi Exports talks about how the well-being of female workers lies at the heart of successful businesses. He believes in making workspaces work for women — not the other way around.
In this episode of Women In Labour, Aditi Mittal along with guest host Nandita Gupta, speaks to two Delhi-based sisters-in-law, Khushboo and Pooja about the importance of creches for working mothers.
Women make up only 14 percent of 2.8 lakh scientists, engineers and technologists in research, institutions in India.
Darvesh Yadav murder: Male insecurity, possible motive for killing, is a constant threat for successful women
It isn’t only rape that women have to fear. It is all manner of violence, and professional jealousy of the kind that led to Darvesh Yadav's death.
The ownership of term insurance plans among women in metro cities stood at just 19 percent, as compared 22 percent men who own the pure protection insurance scheme
According to a recent study, 48% of working women quit their jobs within 4 months of returning from maternity leave.
Beating the heat and patriarchy, women in Odisha's Kalahandi set an example for other better-off districts
These women should be praised and celebrated for their endeavors, for people in the future may not know of their struggles and the motivating reminiscences of a beautiful place like Odisha's Kalahandi.
you know what’s more toxic than our ‘new wave of feminism’? Mira Rajput's good old wave of ignorance.
Child abuse cases: Why are working women guilt-tripped into staying at home instead of finding better daycare solutions?
I can’t imagine my mother sitting at home to look after me. But I can’t imagine being in a crèche either. While she never talked to me about having to face this kind of pressure, there are many women who feel like they have no choice.
Working women, especially those in the private sector, desire to quit their jobs for a number of reasons like gender bias and harassment, says a survey.
A Japanese government study has found nearly a third of working women who responded to a survey reported being sexually harassed on the job, such as unwanted physical contact or being subjected to degrading comments.
The question, then, becomes: how many more such studies do we need to ‘prove’ male insecurity about women’s success? Why do women still have to repeat these facts about their everyday experiences?
Conditions for the Indian working women being treated fairly and having as good a chance of taking the top job are far from perfect - but there is little doubt that women's aspirations are a reality
The assessment based on feedback received from women says that 92 percent females working with medium and small scale firms are extremely worried and concerned as regards to their outside moments.