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Gender equality in the workplace aims to attain roughly equal opportunities and outcomes for
men and women, rather than outcomes that are exactly the same for all. Gender equality in the
workplace will be accomplished when all employees, regardless of gender, have equal access to
and enjoyment of equal incentives, resources, and opportunities. It will be necessary to:
Workplaces must compensate employees equally for work of equal or equivalent value.
Elimination of barriers to women’s full and equal participation in the labour force. Access to all
jobs and sectors, including leadership positions, regardless of gender, and the abolition of gender
discrimination, particularly related to family and care obligations. Gender inequality is a
multifaceted issue that can be found in organisational structures, processes, and behaviours. The
spread of the new Coronavirus has generated a slew of problems. It is vital to identify existing
gender inequalities and buffer gender impacts and roles by designing policy responses to the
current crisis. On the other hand, discriminatory distribution practises can be contested through
awards and agreements containing basic anti-discrimination provisions.