increasingly discriminated in the workplace, a new study has
The survey, undertaken by employment lawyers Peninsula, has found
that male employees are preferred within places of work.
Female job prospects could be affected with 86 per cent of
respondents claiming that men are favoured in the workplace.
Also, 46 per cent believed that men have used their gender to gain
an edge over female workers and 74 per cent of respondents have
experienced a form of discrimination within the workplace.
Peter Done, managing director of Peninsula, spoke of his disbelief
that such prejudice exists when "record tribunal payouts" are being
paid out in recent sexual discrimination cases.
"Company bosses are the first from of prevention when it comes to
preventing sexual discrimination. All workers should be treated
A recent study from TipTopJob.com found that over 70 per cent of
1,000 women questioned felt that they had faced discrimination at
work if they were pregnant or had a child, reports
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