A report conducted by the
Deregulation in the private sector and its transition to non-trade sectors, such as construction and transport, have created greater barriers to entry and higher levels of discrimination for women, the report noted.
According to the "Gender at Work" report, management consulting firm
The report mentioned, however, that some companies in
"CID made gender equality a priority and followed up with actions including subsidised daycare, an emphasis on equal pay for women and men, employee training on gender equality and fairer requirement standards," the
The latest report issued by the
The report highlighted that this figure represents a 1.1% increase quarter on quarter, or approximately 50,000 new female workers.
CAPMAS added that the number of female workers increased by 91,000, around 2%, since Q4 2010.
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