Ocupación de mujeres en puestos de liderazgo

  • Denisse Muñoz Universidad La Salle México
Palabras clave: Diversidad, Equidad, Estereotipos de género, Brecha salarial de género, Techo de cristal, Liderazgo de mujeres

Resumen

En los últimos años, la participación de las mujeres en puestos de liderazgo en todo el mundo ha aumentado considerablemente. Sin embargo, no es representativo si lo comparamos con la participación de los hombres. Al encuestar a los actuales líderes de las principales empresas de México, esta investigación exploró la escasa ocupación de mujeres en roles de liderazgo en todo el mundo, tratando de identificar las principales causas que afectan a las mujeres para lograr altos cargos de liderazgo, así como analizar la importancia que tienen las empresas para implementar iniciativas que reviertan esta tendencia. Los resultados indican que tanto mujeres como hombres ven como principal problema las diferencias de pago y los estereotipos de género.  Como tal, no existe una percepción negativa sobre la desigualdad en el proceso de contratación.  Entonces, para mejorar la presencia de mujeres en puestos de liderazgo, los líderes proponen crear políticas de igualdad salarial y mejores programas de formación y desarrollo.

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2020-12-17
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Muñoz, D. (2020). Ocupación de mujeres en puestos de liderazgo. Revista Latinoamericana De Investigación Social, 3(3), 36-47. Recuperado a partir de http://revistasinvestigacion.lasalle.mx/index.php/relais/article/view/2752
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