10 Ways Your Company’s Transport Policy is Sexist

The Male Factor (TMF)


If your company always boasts about being an equal opportunity employer, talks about LGBTQ rights and boasts about celebrating a harmonious work culture ahead of times, chances are that you are working in an extremely sexist and biased organization.

For many years, corporate employees from around the world and mainly from India has been complaining about several of their company’s gender-biased policies. There are several of them. However, in this article, we will deal with your company’s sexist transport policy. The information is gathered from multiple sources and you can match this with your company’s transport policy and give us feedback on this article.

After analyzing the reports received from these employees we found ten major areas where companies, especially the ones that boast about gender equality, discriminate their male employees. But before we proceed, we need to understand the concept of ‘day’ and ‘night’ windows.

Day window’…

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