Rol del género femenino en el ámbito laboral: una figura comparada con el desempeño dirigencial de la mujer a nivel de Latinoamérica

  • Sonia Maria Quezada Calle Universidad Católica de Cuenca
  • Froilán Méndez-Vélez Universidad Católica de Cuenca
  • Diana Gonzalez-Maldonado Universidad Católica de Cuenca
Palabras clave:
Género femenino, Ámbito laboral, Liderazgo, Gobernancia, Índices demográficos

Resumen

El espacio ganado por las mujeres en los diferentes ámbitos laborales, es el producto de un recurrente desempeño exitoso; sin embargo en la actualidad todavía existen múltiples barreras preconcebidas que limitan las aspiraciones profesionales de las mujeres. Bajo este contexto, la realidad indica que existe un reducido grupo de mujeres líderes a nivel mundial que ante la usanza poco favorable se emplazaron en cargos directivos no solo corporativamente sino en funciones gobernantes. En este caso, la Organización para la Cooperación y el Desarrollo Económico (OCDE) , reveló que solo una mujer participa dentro de cada diez puestos en juntas directivas, de igual forma los datos al año 2009 revelaron dentro de las empresas que cotizaban en la bolsa de valores en los países de la OCDE, la participación de la mujer en los cargos directivos es escasa, siendo su representación de una por cada diez cargos directivos. Lo que se pretende es demostrar la existencia de diferentes factores relacionados con la experiencia y la superación profesional del género femenino; para ello, se disgregan algunas interrogantes que serán fundamentales identificar mediante un análisis descriptivo y mixto, tomando en cuenta características como: el entorno laboral, los índices demográficos, entre los principales.

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Quezada Calle, S., Méndez-Vélez, F., & Gonzalez-Maldonado, D. (2018). Rol del género femenino en el ámbito laboral: una figura comparada con el desempeño dirigencial de la mujer a nivel de Latinoamérica. Killkana Social, 2(4), 111-120. https://doi.org/10.26871/killkana_social.v2i4.311
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