SEGREGATION AT WORKPLACES IS NOT RIGHT: GET THE FACTS RIGHT
Thinking about it now, I realize just how important it is to work. Every element of human existence point to work. The Bible, the Koran, and other religious doctrines relate humanity to work. However, one controversial element of all these provisions dwells upon the need to have particular work groups clowned in segregation. In the contemporary society, divisions often exist at workplaces where the women and the men are given specific tasks often stressing their energy outputs and presumed superiority indexes. The women in many workplaces today have certain barriers that hinder them from working in a broad-spectrum schedule like their male counterparts. Certain workplaces have an explicit and overt work plan that unfortunately recognizes not the work of women, while others have a discrete means of curtailing their efforts. The question that needs an answer today is whether such segregations are necessary in the face of all these circumstances. Maybe sounds a little extraordinary, but is somewhat true.
One factor that many have often downplayed is the major differences between women and men. It is a fact that for many centuries, there have been variances in tasks belonging to the two sexes. There have been certain jobs that are often frequented by women and others suited necessarily for men. The differences between the two sexes speak for their respective roles in the various factors therein. Take for instance, child upbringing and nanny duties; the men have the capability of doing these tasks remarkably well but often, their predispositions do not often allow them to complete their tasks. You see, most women have a comely countenance and an understanding stance that ensure that they have an effective time with children. The men on the other hand often tend to have a short connection time with children. When given tasks like nanny duties and care, they start so well but often require extra help. Well, not any person said men could not become good nannies but nature. Is there any need for clarification on this matter?
I may have accented to such a thing as segregation but then the maxim behind the word is mere felony. Work depends on capabilities of the individual. When we have to work, we ask ourselves whether we have all it takes to get the work done. Even for jobs where the feminine instincts speak volumes, the male have had chances too. Therefore, it does not dwell much on which gender you are but what you can do as a person. The segregation index is just a means of division and not appropriate at all. The differences are inevitable and what every personality should have is the urge to do what they have in their dreams and are capable of doing comfortably. It is unusual to see women do tasks traditionally taken to be male chores while the men also do the same.
In conclusion, the controversy that defines gender segregation at the work place is a stereotype that should find an appropriate form of address. Man y people take the different tasks as exclusively gender defined. This is not true, as I have exemplified here. What is vital is the need of everyone to realize the aspirations that are representative of the gender roles. People have their socialization grids that define them. Some women tend to fall under tough leadership roles traditionally left for the male select while some men do not even have any inkling for a match.