What are the top five challenges you face at work? We put the question to more than 9,500 women across the G20 countries in a survey conducted by international pollster Ipsos MORI. We found that work-life balance is the issue that concerns women most. This is followed by equal pay as women are increasingly aware that on a global scale they earn less than men working in the same jobs and are often denied the same job and career opportunities. Harassment in the workplace was the third most flagged issue. Our poll finds nearly one third of G20 women say they have been harassed at work but more than 60 percent do not report this.
But the poll also uncovers some positive trends. Women, particularly younger women in the so-called Millennial generation, are more upbeat when it comes to their role in the workplace. More younger women feel that they can have children without damaging their career and more are confident that they have the same chance of success as men in starting their own business.
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