Women’s Barriers towards career progression in the Administrative and Diplomatic scheme in Sarawak / Emelia Anak Gunggu

Gunggu, Emelia (2019) Women’s Barriers towards career progression in the Administrative and Diplomatic scheme in Sarawak / Emelia Anak Gunggu. Masters thesis, Universiti Teknologi MARA Cawangan Sarawak.

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Abstract

In relations to the industrialised economics growth, the participation of women in employment had been increased for the past decades. The expansion of public sector had influence participation and empowerment of women as public grow. In 2016,Malaysian government achieved the target of 30 percent of women in public service, being appointed in top management group. However, there is a trend ofslow and uneven advancement pace of women in top managerial posts, compare to men. Therefore, this
study aim to determine either there is barrier encounter by Administrative and Diplomatic Scheme women in Sarawak in acquiring career progression. Furthermore, it also aim to investigate barriers faced by Administrative and Diplomatic Scheme women in Sarawak as they acquire career progression. For this study, data were obtained through online questionnaire involving 46 respondents from junior managerial group (M41-44) to top managerial group (M54 and above). This study is based on co-relational research design and non-purposive sampling was adopted. The respondents are working in various federal ministries, agencies and department located in Sarawak.

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Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
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Gunggu, Emelia
2016790391
Subjects: H Social Sciences > HQ The family. Marriage. Woman > Women. Feminism > Women in public services. Women in public life
H Social Sciences > HQ The family. Marriage. Woman > Life skills. Coping skills. Everyday living skills
Divisions: Universiti Teknologi MARA, Sarawak > Kota Samarahan II Campus > Faculty of Administrative Science and Policy Studies
Programme: Executive Master of Administrative Science
Item ID: 36855
Uncontrolled Keywords: Women in Malaysia,Human Capital Theory,Administrative and Diplomatic Scheme
URI: https://ir.uitm.edu.my/id/eprint/36855

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