Indonesia was the only Asian country in the G20 which cited flexible working as the top challenge for women in the workplace with 41 percent of women saying it was their biggest concern. This was followed by concerns over work-home balance and the ability to speak up and be heard equally to men.
Women in Indonesia were more confident than women in South Korea or Japan when asked whether they earned the same as their male peers with 48 percent agreeing. They were also positive when it came to having the same access to business networks as men with three in five women saying they had although 54 percent of Indonesian women said men had better access to career opportunities and 55 percent said men had better access to jobs.
When it came to harassment, only 1 percent of Indonesian women said they had been harassed at work but pollster Ipsos MORI said this result could have been impacted by conducting face-to-face interviews in Indonesia, not online.
How indonesia scored from 1 to 19 for each question. (1 is the most positive).
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