Vol. 3, Issue 5, Part B (2017)
A socio-study on employed females and their problems
Dr. Dhirendra Kumar
The industrialization and modernization process changes the structure of the family from joint family to nuclear family. Likewise both the procedure pushes the women to go for work and the working women are facing lot of problems in the family life as well as in the working environment. The present study led among the women who are working in industrial area. The outcomes demonstrate that the workingwomen are facing lot of problems in their daily life. The main study was to comprehend the problems and issues faced by working women in India. The goals likewise included recognizing the key socio-economic attributes adding to women’s status, safety and security, and to ponder women’s involvement in different exercises/organizations for enhancing of family, community and society. The examination was bound to the workingwomen in white apprehended jobs in the city in India. Workingwomen have various types of problems and challenges and different categories as married, single, divorcee, single parent, separated, have different issues in question in the workplace. Some problems are unquestionably normal, as mental and physical stress, absence of legitimate harmony between employment and family care, unreasonable treatment in the workplace, unpleasant life and work put segregation and so forth. Be that as it may, some challenges are age or class particular, as preferential and stereotyped considering, safety and security issues, sense of self bothers with associates, and problem of unattainable rank and so on. Some probable solutions for problems working women that could help them to overcome the problems that they confront in the workplace are legitimate safety and security measures by the parent organizations, sensitive and supporting accomplices at home, effective childcare arrangements and fitting grievance changed components for women in place at the workplace.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Dhirendra Kumar. A socio-study on employed females and their problems. International Journal of Applied Research. 2017; 3(5): 128-131.