In areas of trainings and job, salaries and wages, most of the women are at a disadvantage. Moreover, based on their age, ethnicity, and disability they are constrained to a specific occupation irrespective of their skills and capabilities. In some developed nations today for instance, for performing the same work, women employees are still paid less as compared to the male employees. Workers have the fundamental human right to free from discrimination under the Equal Employment Opportunity law. Moreover, without any bias they could choose their employment and have the capability to enhance their hidden potential to the full level. There are benefits to the workers from the policy of equality by means of equal wages, training and the total quality of the employees.
There are major financial benefits to the whole economy if there is equivalence in the place of work. Employees can select from a variety of properly organized labor force if workers practice parity. ILO or the International Labor Organization practices equality as a tool to eliminate discrimination at work and in the society. Moreover, in the field of labor they also apply strategies of gender mainstreaming.
In the workplace, because of ‘glass ceiling’ it is a struggle for the women to reach the top by climbing the corporate ladder. The artificial barriers based on the organizational or attitudinal bias which helps in the prevention of qualified individuals. Ithelps in advancement to the position which offers power, more responsibility, authority and more salary is known as the theory of ‘glass ceiling’(Bruckmuller et al. 2013).