GET UP- Survey
This survey is part of the project ''GET UP – Gender Equality Training to overcome Unfair discrimination Practices in education and labour market'' aiming to address the stereotyping of educational and career choices and to promote gender equality in education, training and career guidance.
The survey is pertaining to the issue of gender-related bias in education and at the workplace in the European Union member states targeting directly Trade Unions employees and gender experts; Human resources (HR) managers, directors and employers responsible for HR management both in public and private organizations; Career Guidance professionals; Teachers and trainers from VET centers, schools, universities – primarily those in charge of guidance and counselling.
Demographic data
1. Gender
2. Age
Your answer
3. Profession:
4. Country of residence
Your answer
Education
1. To what extent are girls and boys socialized at school in ways that produce gender inequality?
Not at all
Very much
2. Please, list 3 gender related bias you recall in the education process?
Your answer
3. At which education stage the gender related bias are more prominent?
4. To what extent do education practices lead to industry segregation during the work phase (the idea of “women’s work” and “men’s work”)?
Not at all
Very much
5. To what extent education institutions have a gender-equitable curriculum?
Not at all
Very much
6. Please, name 3 elements the education curriculum is missing to ensure gender equality.
Your answer
7. Is the school-to-work transition equal between men and women (Please choose one answer)?
Workplace
1. To what extent gender related bias are still present in the workplace?
Not at all
Very much
2. Have you personally experienced discrimination in the workplace because of your gender?
3. If yes, please list the type of discrimination(s).
Your answer
4. At which level during the employment phase most of the gender related bias in human resources (HR) Related Practices can be observed? (one or more answers can be chose)
5. What are 3 areas in which most of the differences between genders at workplace occur?
6. Equal treatment: to what extent the following discriminatory processes are more likely to happen at work place? (please, notice that 1 corresponds to "Not at all" and 5 corresponds to "Very much")
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Women remain more unemployed than men.
Women are more likely to work part time.
Women are more likely to accept informal employment.
Men and women treated equally in the workplace.
Male colleagues progress more quickly in their places of work.
Male and female workers get the same salary for the same job.
Women are often judged on their appearance - either clothing, weight, attractiveness, or all of the above.
Men are rarely judged by appearance, and their appearance is rarely seen as being correlated with competence.
Women tend to get promoted on performance, while men get promoted on potential.
Women are often “erased” from the room by language that assumes that a whole group is male.
Women and men are mentored differently – women get mentored, while men get sponsored.
7. Work-life balance: to what extent the following situations are more likely to happen at work place. (please, notice that 1 corresponds to "Not at all" and 5 corresponds to "Very much")
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Pregnancy or taking maternity leave have a negative effect on career prospects in the workplace
Women are assumed to be less productive once they become mothers
There is a lack of family-friendly working environments
Men are encouraged to take more responsibility for the care of their families
8. Is there a Diversity Charter adopted in your country?
9. If yes. To what extent is the Diversity Charter well promoted and valorized in your country?
Not at all
Very much
Follow-up:
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If Yes, please provide your e-mail address:
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