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This research paper concentrates on identifying variations in the self-efficacy, career aspirations, and engagement of men and women inside workplaces, with particular focus on the impact of women’s self-efficacy levels. The results demonstrate that women tend to act less on any self-belief in their ability to progress in their career, and are more conservative than men in their self-assessment of their competencies before applying for more senior roles. Overall, women’s lower self-efficacy has the knock-on effect of dampening their career aspirations. Structural disadvantages for women can be addressed by HR teams actively involving them in networking and mentoring.
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(2020), "Solutions for tackling workplace gender inequality: Exploring the impact of women’s self-efficacy levels, career aspirations and work engagement", Human Resource Management International Digest, Vol. 28 No. 5, pp. 49-51. https://doi.org/10.1108/HRMID-04-2020-0080
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