Gender and gender identity

Gender still frequently determines the distribution of resources, tasks or responsibility in an organisation – sometimes more than competence or expertise. Gender identities – male, female, trans* and inter* people – are very diverse. If one gender is clearly underrepresented, the corresponding employees are often unconsciously marginalised or not taken into account – this is called a glass ceiling.

What you can do

Read more about the "Gender and gender identity" dimension in our link section.

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