Diversity & Economic Dynamics Impact on Women in the Workforce: A Literature Review

Swati *

Department of Resource Management & Consumer Science, COCS, CCS Harayana Agricultural University, Hisar, Haryana, India.

Kavita Dua

Department of Resource Management & Consumer Science, COCS, CCS Harayana Agricultural University, Hisar, Haryana, India.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

The discussion revolves around understanding the interplay between diversity, especially regarding gender, and the economic forces affecting women in the workforce. It aims to analyze how the complexities of a diverse workforce interact with economic dynamics, shaping women's roles, opportunities, and impacts within organizations. The focus is on managing diversity effectively while navigating the economic environment to foster inclusivity, innovation, and success in professional settings. This review paper delves into the complexities of balancing work and personal life, addressing disparities in workforce participation, highlighting the transformative potential of diversity, and examining the evolving economic landscape. Through a comprehensive analysis of scholarly research, empirical studies, and real-world examples, the paper aims to provide valuable insights into the interplay between gender, diversity, and economic dynamics in contemporary workplaces.

Keywords: Diversity, economy, women, economic dynamics, market dynamics, work-life


How to Cite

Swati, and Kavita Dua. 2024. “Diversity & Economic Dynamics Impact on Women in the Workforce: A Literature Review”. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology 42 (6):173-78. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajaees/2024/v42i62475.

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