Egalitarian relationships not only create healthier workplaces, but also increase employee satisfaction ratios as well as productivity and performance. That is why it is necessary to receive the external impact of examples of good practices where these policies are already being implemented. In this way, they can serve as models and references to, through direct learning, generate motivation in organisations to follow the same line and put an end to gender inequalities in the workplace.
The examples of good practices contribute to the complementarity of learning in relation to equality, and to the problem posed by both gender stereotypes and their consequences.
OBJECTIVE: To provide the target group with references, examples and evidence on the benefits of generating egalitarian, inclusive and diverse gender relations so that they can create a critical awareness of gender inequality and stereotypes.