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The SABPP Women’s Report 2017: Fairness in relation to women at work

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The SABPP Women’s Report 2017
Fairness in relation to women at work

This is the first year that the Women’s Report is co-sponsored by the University of Stellenbosch Business School and the University of Johannesburg. Without the financial contributions of both these institutions, the report would not reach HR practitioners and line managers, leaving a vacuum in knowledge sharing between higher education and the business world. I wish to express sincere gratitude to Prof. Daneel van Lill and Prof. Piet Naudé for entrusting me with the continuation of this project.

The annual Women’s Report is, furthermore, supported by the South African Board for People Practices (SABPP) through their on-going interest in gender issues in the workplace. The SABPP remains committed to workplace equality and the advancement of evidence-based knowledge that could ultimately lead to improved representivity and increased productivity in South Africa.

CONTENTS

CHAPTER ONE: Women in the workplace: En route to fairness?
Prof. Piet Naudé

CHAPTER TWO: Fairness in the family
Prof. Amanda Gouws

CHAPTER THREE: Rethinking women’s workplace outcomes: Structural inequality
Prof. Anita Bosch

CHAPTER FOUR: Paternity leave and the archaic gender roles entrenched in employment law
Prof. Hugo Pienaar and Ms Riola Kok

CHAPTER FIVE: Fairness as it relates to employment equity for women
Prof. Mariette Coetzee

 

Download the SABPP Women's Report 2017

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