Women at work Research Chair

Women at work research chair


Workplaces, and work in general, is transforming, as more women have entered formal paid work more recently than ever before. The inclusion of women in formal work has a marked impact on relationships with men and other women, at work and at home.  

Organisations globally are increasingly pressed to increase the number of women in leadership positions and to make provisions for the inclusion of women throughout all organisational levels and functions, yet, in Africa and South Africa, there is a paucity of research about work and women that culminates in both academic and policy impact with strong public engagement.

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