CREATED ON 1st December 2016
COMPLETED ON 11th December 2016
Expert hired: Muhammad Adil

Are there equal employment opportunities for women in the UK?

Writing a 2000 words long literature review including: -What is equality? -What is equality at work? - How is the current women employment rate in the UK? - History: how has the situation of employability of women developed until today? - Which laws are existing for gender equality in the workplace in the UK? -HRM methods: glass ceiling, Leaky Pipeline, maternal wall - What do the politicians say about that topic in the UK? -> important to analyse and mention different authors with different opinions to that topic -> hardvard style referencing/ phraphrasing/ in text citations
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