Discussion on gender imbalance in the workplace: Lunga Tukani

Discussion on gender imbalance in the workplace: Lunga Tukani

Businesses looking to resolve gender imbalance in the workplace could be losing up to 60% of their female talent due to hiring managers’ negative perceptions of the commitment and competence of women who take a career break to be stay-at-home mothers in their children’s formative years. That’s according to the University of Stellenbosch Business School 2021 Women’s report.

To unpack the study further we are now joined via Zoom by Lunga Tukani, University of Stellenbosch Business School MBA alumnus and contributor to the USB 2021 Women’s report.

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