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Keywords: unfavorable attitude towards female managers
Awash Bank
Issue Date: Jun-2017
Publisher: St.Mary's University
Abstract: This study is focused on examining the attitude of workers towards female managers. It is aimed at mainly finding out whether unfavorable attitude towards female managers exists among employees and the study is believed to contribute to all level of female managers working not only in Awash Bank but also with different organizations. The study used cross sectional survey method to investigate the overall attitude of employees, primary and secondary data collection technique collected from magazine, website and pamphlets, for the purpose of this research is to identify the attitudes of employees of the bank which are working with female managers, samples are taken from the total population that is the employees in the selected organizations having female managers as their immediate or high level supervisors. Employees are surveyed and there was measured using the widely used attitude measurement scale, Woman As Managers Scale (WAMS) and the data processed through software called Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS). The results of the data analysis showed workers hold unfavorable attitude towards female managers. Further, gender was found to be significantly affecting the attitude of workers, among the four demographic variables age, gender, marital status and education level used in the study
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