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Workplace Sex Bias and Employees Opinion: A Study about India Perspective

Deepa Sharma, Dr. C. Venkateswaran, , ,
1 & 2: Dept. Management, Maharishi Markandeshwar (Deemed to be University), Mullana, India

Background/Objectives: In this paper, we examination include relatives from a distributed and unpublished investigation from around the globe to survey associates of apparent work environment sexual orientation segregation that have critical ramifications for representatives. Methods/Statistical analysis: In this paper Quota sampling technique to be used. In this paper, three variables should be used to meet the objectives. These are controlled variables, dependent variables and Independent variables define in this paper. Sample size should be taken 120. Questionnaires will be divided into three segments mentally stress, family conflict and job satisfaction for estimation of dependent variables to be used appropriate statistical tools. Findings: Our finding of this paper mentally stresses factors remembered to study about include mental indications and judgements of psychological conditions, sickness, what’s more, aliments estimated utilizing different clinical lists and wellbeing markers. We characterize the physical wellbeing as one’s capacity to genuinely work and perform workday today exercises without limitations. Improvements/Applications: Seen sexual orientations separations is related to sparse representatives occupations perspectives, physical wellbeing results and practices

Deepa Sharma, Dr. C. Venkateswaran."Workplace Sex Bias and Employees Opinion: A Study about India Perspective". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT), ISSN:2349-7084, Vol.7, Issue 06,pp.13-18, June - 2020, URL:,

Keywords : Gender inequality, Woman, Mentally health of women on workplace, working environment

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