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Title: The Impact Women to Improve Financial Performance within Banks
Authors: Yousef, AL Hassan
Abu Dayya, Amal
AL Awawda, Menna
Keywords: The Impact
Women
Improve Financial
Performance
within Banks
Issue Date: 9-Jun-2017
Abstract: The public believes that women working in banks are simply a body and a beautiful form, attractive and attractive through the gentle and friendly treatment of customers and of the banks. This is an extension of the prevailing view in private institutions and establishments. This type, however, there are women who have managed and managed to raise some banks and confirm their participation in decision-making and differentiation in the development of plans, policies and programs, and demonstrate their strong presence in the management of banks and follow-up banking work with high professionalism and professionalism. So this study aims to analyze the situation of women in the accounting profession at the banks of the Gaza Strip by analyzing the differences between males and females, factors that may be at the levels of wages and career advancement of both sexes, and whether there is any discrimination against women in banks. To achieve this, the study followed a qualitative approach and used structured questionnaires for staff at several banks where they worked. The analysis was the method used in the analysis of content. The results showed that there are differences between men and women in banks due to the nature of the individual and adaptation to the conditions of the workplace and many reasons that may affect it. These differences are also found to have an impact on wage levels and career progression. It has also found women's ability to make decisions, women's ability to create excellent quality and control over work, and their ability to maintain their position in banks. With differences between women such as single and married women and others. The study suggested several recommendations. They include improving the conditions of women working in banks. And work to the end discrimination and give women the opportunity.
Description: The public believes that women working in banks are simply a body and a beautiful form, attractive and attractive through the gentle and friendly treatment of customers and of the banks. This is an extension of the prevailing view in private institutions and establishments. This type, however, there are women who have managed and managed to raise some banks and confirm their participation in decision-making and differentiation in the development of plans, policies and programs, and demonstrate their strong presence in the management of banks and follow-up banking work with high professionalism and professionalism. So this study aims to analyze the situation of women in the accounting profession at the banks of the Gaza Strip by analyzing the differences between males and females, factors that may be at the levels of wages and career advancement of both sexes, and whether there is any discrimination against women in banks. To achieve this, the study followed a qualitative approach and used structured questionnaires for staff at several banks where they worked. The analysis was the method used in the analysis of content. The results showed that there are differences between men and women in banks due to the nature of the individual and adaptation to the conditions of the workplace and many reasons that may affect it. These differences are also found to have an impact on wage levels and career progression. It has also found women's ability to make decisions, women's ability to create excellent quality and control over work, and their ability to maintain their position in banks. With differences between women such as single and married women and others. The study suggested several recommendations. They include improving the conditions of women working in banks. And work to the end discrimination and give women the opportunity.
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