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With a quarter of employees revealing that they’re made to follow gender specific rules

Posted inStatistics and trendson01 Aug 2018 Company ProfileCV-Library.co.ukView profile »

Gender equality has been a hot topic of late, particularly when it comes to the workplace. Yet, according to the latest data from CV-Library, the UK’s leading independent job site, one in four (22.5%) employees have to adhere to gender specific rules at work,  despite over half (56.2%) agreeing that these rules are sexist.

The study of 1,100 professionals explored gender specific rules in UK workplaces. Respondents were asked to reveal all gender specific rules that were enforced

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