Presenter Information

Emily MarczakFollow

Start Date

April 2021

Document Type

Poster Session

Department

Leadership and Organizational Studies

Faculty Mentor

Joyce Gibson, PhD

Keywords

women in leadership, COVID-19, gender bias, work flexibility

Abstract

This research explores ways women in their mid-career seeking leadership roles are being affected in the workplace by the COVID-19 pandemic. It is targeted to organizations and leaders committed to gender equity in their workplaces particularly as they are developing new policies in response to COVID-19. Additionally, this research benefits women generally by providing tools for navigating the system and seeking the potential positive outcomes in the workplace. This system includes: work environment, social status, organizational culture, political environment, and policies. This phenomenological study analyzes qualitative data through interviews. It also includes extensive research of peer reviewed journal articles referencing historical aspects of gender-based biases’ in the workplace, the effects that past pandemics, epidemics and world crises have had on marginalized populations, as well as current studies on how COVID-19 has impacted the workplace.

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Apr 30th, 12:00 AM

The Impact of COVID-19 for Mid-career Women Seeking Leadership Positions in the Workplace

This research explores ways women in their mid-career seeking leadership roles are being affected in the workplace by the COVID-19 pandemic. It is targeted to organizations and leaders committed to gender equity in their workplaces particularly as they are developing new policies in response to COVID-19. Additionally, this research benefits women generally by providing tools for navigating the system and seeking the potential positive outcomes in the workplace. This system includes: work environment, social status, organizational culture, political environment, and policies. This phenomenological study analyzes qualitative data through interviews. It also includes extensive research of peer reviewed journal articles referencing historical aspects of gender-based biases’ in the workplace, the effects that past pandemics, epidemics and world crises have had on marginalized populations, as well as current studies on how COVID-19 has impacted the workplace.

 

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