Women’s Articulates towards Career Advancement
Keywords:Articulates, Career advancement, Government-owned organization, managerial, Women
Purpose: Professional engagement among women is growing at the same rate as that of men. The shortage of women in key governance roles and decision-making positions has been the most controversial issue. Based on this statement the foremost aim of the study is to explore how managerial women feel about their career advancement and compare their views on career advancement with those of respondents with nuclear or joint families.
Design/Methodology/Approach: The present study adopted a quantitative research methodology including managerial level women as participants.
Findings/Result: The findings reveal that women in public organizations are optimistic about their career advancement; that their organizations have strong policies and procedures in place to help women rise to higher levels of employment. However, men's networks, the low number of women in higher-level positions in organizations, and the necessity to do better work than male acquaintances to be promoted were barriers to their professional empowerment. In addition, when it comes to career advancement, singles and joint families have opposing viewpoints.
Originality/Value: The study contributes by examining female managerial personnel' perceptions of their career advancement in Nepal's public sector. The results of the study show that there are considerable differences in family types when it comes to job advancement.
Paper Type: Research paper
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