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Why take a gender bias quiz

Despite decades of progress, gender bias is still a prevalent issue in the workplace. From the gender wage gap to the scarcity of women in executive-level positions, women continue to face obstacles that their male counterparts do not. This is not only unfair, but it can also be detrimental to a business’s success. Numerous studies have shown that gender-diverse teams are more productive and innovative than those that are not, and businesses that embrace diversity tend to be more successful. So why is it that gender bias continues to be a problem? One reason is that it’s often subtle and difficult to spot. For example, a study by researchers at the University of Waterloo found that when participants were asked to evaluate the resumes of job candidates, they tended to rate candidates who were ambiguously masculine (e.g., those who had a name that could be construed as either masculine or feminine) as more qualified than those who were unambiguously feminine. This is just one example of how gender bias can manifest in the workplace, and it’s something that we need to be aware of and strive to eliminate. That’s why we’ve put together this quiz on gender bias in the workplace. With quizzes like this, we can help to raise awareness of the issue and work towards a more equitable workplace for everyone.

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Deploy a gender bias quiz to your team

With this gender bias quiz, you can identify any unconscious biases that your team may have and close knowledge gaps caused by these biases. This knowledge is critical for protecting the health and safety of your team, as it teaches them how to recognize and avoid potential dangers associated with gender bias. Plus, with this quiz, you can also assess your team’s understanding of the legal rights of both men and women in the workplace. By understanding and eliminating gender bias in your organization, you can create a more inclusive and productive workplace for everyone. With regular gender bias quizzes, your team will be more confident with avoiding potential pitfalls that can come with gender bias. And you’ll also get access to your team’s results​​ so you can understand individual workers’ knowledge gaps, as well as overall performance once the quiz is complete. For teams that require more regular refresher training, you’ll also have the option to deliver the gender bias quiz to your employees in bite-sized chunks, at regular intervals. This allows your team to reinforce their knowledge at their own pace, making them more likely to recall and implement what they learned sooner than if they were to have completed a one-off training program. So, don’t delay! Quiz your team for free today.

Deploy a gender bias quiz to your team

Example questions from our gender bias quiz

Question 1

In a sample of 141 countries over the period of 1981 to 2002 in societies with higher gender inequalities it was found that natural disasters and subsequent impacts on average

Question 3

Our roles within family in society and in the economy are determined based on gender stereotypes and norms

Question 5

It has also become widely accepted that gender equality is good for businesses and economies

Question 7

Achieving equality between women and men requires a comprehensive understanding of the ways in which women experience discrimination and recognition of their specific needs

Question 9

Unpaid Care Work is considered work because theoretically one could pay a third person to perform them

Question 11

Gender Blind interventions may do more harm and perpetuate inequality

Question 13

What should NOT be made public to help fight gender bias

Question 2

What percentage of parliamentary seats do women hold globally

Question 4

Gender along with class and race determines the roles power and resources for women and men in any culture

Question 6

In a full potential scenario in which women play an identical role in labour markets to that of men as much as 28 trillion or 26 could be added to global annual GDP by 2025

Question 8

One size fits all policies and practices do not work

Question 10

Which of these statements about the Gender Equality Approach are correct

Question 12

There needs to be an avenue where discrimination can be reported safely

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