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Re: Official Review: Discrimination and Harassment One woma

Post by jeminah28 » 26 Jul 2017, 01:10

Thank you for the review. All women are subject to this situation.

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Post by The Researcher » 26 Jul 2017, 02:22

This book sure brings out the hypocritical behavior of the society on the topic of gender equality. I think most of the career women will understand this book.
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Post by Juliet Esther » 02 Aug 2017, 16:35

As a young woman I think even today women still face some kind of discrimination,I have fallen a victim of discrimination myself. This book is an empowerment to women everywhere and I think it carries a very strong and relevant message to everyone, women have equal rights to men and no discrimination should be allowed especially when it comes to work

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Post by Onyinyechukwu » 13 Aug 2017, 17:05

It's an unfortunate situation to be in. There should be measures to guard against insecure people like that. It's also important to know your worth or else it could be a debilitating condition. Thanks for your review.

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Post by Elle Howard » 05 Sep 2017, 18:04

This sounds like a really good book. It saddens me that women are still devalued in the workplace. The discrimination is more subtle than it used to be and we are making progress. But we have a very long way to go before there is equality of pay and positions.
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