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Around the world, women are remaking companies, society, and themselves. But in each country, women have achieved different things, fought different battles -and made different sacrifices, comment..s : 

Around the world, women are remaking companies, society, and themselves. But in each country, women have achieved different things, fought different battles -and made different sacrifices, comment..s

Remarking achievement of women in companies : 

Remarking achievement of women in companies women relate with company and getting success by their hard work. This is proved from below statements, Large companies have more women on their boards. Companies in the Fortune 500 are more likely to have a woman on their boards than are companies in the Fortune 501-1000 group.  Among the companies in the tier of the first 500, 84 percent have at least one female director. Two separate studies in 2007 by McKinsey and Catalyst, both business research firms, showed that the companies in Europe and the United States with the most women on their boards were more profitable than others.

Recent Nasscom-Mercer Consulting study throws light on the status of women in the Indian IT-BPO industry.survey findings based on answers from 45 leading technology companies that, with more than two women board members demonstrate a better return on equity compared with the industry average.women CEOs of Fortune 500 majorsAngela Braly-President and CEO,WellPoint, the country's largest health insurer.The list includes PepsiCo's India-born CEO Indra Nooyi and three newcomers -- Yahoo's new CEO Carol Bartz, Dupont CEO Ellen Kullman, and BJ's Wholesale Club CEO Laura Sen. : 

Recent Nasscom-Mercer Consulting study throws light on the status of women in the Indian IT-BPO industry.survey findings based on answers from 45 leading technology companies that, with more than two women board members demonstrate a better return on equity compared with the industry average.women CEOs of Fortune 500 majorsAngela Braly-President and CEO,WellPoint, the country's largest health insurer.The list includes PepsiCo's India-born CEO Indra Nooyi and three newcomers -- Yahoo's new CEO Carol Bartz, Dupont CEO Ellen Kullman, and BJ's Wholesale Club CEO Laura Sen. Susan Ivey     –    CEO and Chairperson of Reynold’s American since 2004She began as a sales representative in Brown & Williamson Tobacco.

The female economy : 

The female economy Globally, they control about $20 trillion(INR 92000000 crores)annual consumer spending. It could climb $28 trillion in next 5 years. We can fell the women power in market from a steps of DELL that company launch a laptop specifically for women. The number of working women in the U.S.A is about to surpass the number of working men. In the emerging East Asian economies, for every 100 men in the labour force there are now 83 women. In developed economies, women produce just under 40% of official GDP. But if the worth of housework is added (valuing the hours worked at the average wage rates of a home help or a nanny) then women probably produce slightly more than half of total output.

How does decision of women influence in daily life ?Women make the decision in the purchases of,94% of home furnishings92% of vacations91% of homes60% of automobiles51% of consumer electronics : 

How does decision of women influence in daily life ?Women make the decision in the purchases of,94% of home furnishings92% of vacations91% of homes60% of automobiles51% of consumer electronics

The world’s largest opportunity(a growth forecast in trillion) : 

The world’s largest opportunity(a growth forecast in trillion) 2009 $13T 2014 $18T $4.4T 2009 $6.6T 2014 2009 1.2T 1.8T Female income China’s GDP India’s GDP

women and their contribution to society. : 

women and their contribution to society. Women seek to buy products and services which is good for the world ,especially for other women. Brands that –directly or indirectly- promote physical and emotional well being,protect and preserve the environment,provide education and care for the needy,and encourage love and connection will benefit. Harvard business review,2009

Different Hurdle for women in today’s world. : 

Different Hurdle for women in today’s world. 1.World food crisis and poverty 2.World financial crisis 3.Restriction of society 4. Women, HIV, AIDS and Poverty 5.Globalisation

1.How does women are affected due to world food crisis : 

1.How does women are affected due to world food crisis In developing countries family spending on food-70% (Developed countries-15%-20%) In case of food crises ‘women’ are most affected in a family. 7 out of 10 in world which are comes under poor is women and girl. Mostly women in poor countries are worker &labour in agriculture,industry but they get less caloric &nutritant food which affects their health. If women is pregnant then malnutrition baby, ill health in future days. Female workers in Thailand, the world's largest rice exporter, are not immune from the hike in food prices either

2.World financial crisis : 

2.World financial crisis The most widespread negative impact could be in the Asia-Pacific region which has one of the highest ratios of women of working age. And, among working women, about 65 percent are in vulnerable employment, largely in the region's informal sector.

Especially in the set of 33 to 52 countries where women are most vulnerable to the effects of the crisis world bank ,feb.2009 : 

Especially in the set of 33 to 52 countries where women are most vulnerable to the effects of the crisis world bank ,feb.2009 The International Labour Organization estimates that the economic downturn could lead to 22 million more unemployed women in 2009, Example of gender inequality in top organization of world :-

Impact :Women workers in export industries lose jobs : 

Impact :Women workers in export industries lose jobs Export Manufacturing High Value Export Agriculture

3.Restriction by society : 

3.Restriction by society a)In workplace:- Glass ceiling-A discriminatory barrier that prevents women from rising to positions of power or responsibility, as within a corporation. Methods are: Different pay for comparable work. Lack of family friendly workplace polices. No senior position. b)society:- Stereotype-In Asian countries ,traditionally females role was to be in charge of domestic matters ,such as serving her husband, looking after her children, and performing household works like cooking ,cleaning and dependent.

In sport : 

In sport Iranian women have been allowed to compete in international sports meetings, and since the early 1990s, in the Olympic Games. However, because of Islamic restrictions, their participation has been limited to shooting events.

4. Women, HIV and AIDS : 

4. Women, HIV and AIDS At the end of 2007 it was estimated that out of the 30.8 million adults worldwide living with HIV and AIDS, around half are women.  It is suggested that 98 percent of these women live in developing countries.

Poverty amongst the world’s women : 

Poverty amongst the world’s women Women bear the overwhelming burden of extreme poverty and deprivation. They account for seventy per cent of the world’s 1.3 billion poorest people. Girls also constitute two-thirds of the 130 million children that lack access to basic education. Women and education in the developing world According to UNICEF, “62 million of the estimated 115 million children in the world who are not in school are girls. 85 per cent of all girls out of school live in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia, East Asia and the Pacific. Two-thirds of the world’s 781 million illiterate adults are women”. It is estimated that women represent 62 per cent of the 15 to 24 year-olds living with HIV and AIDS globally.

Globalization : 

Globalization According to estimates from World Development Indicators, “Women work two-thirds of the world’s working hours, produce half of the world’s food, but earn only ten percent of the world’s income, and own less than one percent of the world’s property. The mixture of corporate capitalism and Western culture models is dissolving family and community social controls as witnessed by higher rates of family violence, rape, divorce, and family breakdown.” One example of women’s labour being exploited would be the Noida Export Processing Zone, which is 24 km from New Delhi.

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These “zones” prefer to hire women because they are “more docile and more productive than men.” In short, they are easier to control and they are easily work for 12 hours a day. The zone is dangerous, hot, and unsanitary..” There are no maternity benefits and minimum wage is never enforced. Women who become pregnant or marry are immediately fired. Overtime is compulsory but women are paid lower rates than men. In order to avoid being fired, women turn to unsafe abortions performed by unqualified “doctors.” In the zone, “respiratory problems, disease, and sever cases of dehydration are common.”

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