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Assessment 2: Essay
Weight: 30%
Task overview:
Organisations attempt to address gender equality in the workplace by offering family-friendly benefits such as parental leave. However, many mothers and fathers are still reluctant to take long parental leave due to potential bias and discrimination from their co-workers and supervisors at work. In this assignment, you are required to apply relevant OB theories/frameworks to address the following questions:
1. Using theories/frameworks in perceptions, stereotyping, and attribution in Topic 3, discuss the challenges that mothers/fathers may experience when they utilise parental leave. (500)
2. Using the Triple Bottom Line framework in Topic 3 (also briefly addressed in Topic 1), discuss how progressive parental leave policies may contribute to the sustainability goal of the organisation. (500)
3. In light of the challenges and benefits addressed in the two questions above, what recommendations (maximum three recommendations) could you offer to organisations as to how to address gender bias and improve access of parental leave for women and men in the workplace. (500)

Subheadings should identify each of the three sections. You only need to address the three questions identified above

Additional key requirements:

Please carefully read the marking rubric provided at the bottom of this page.

1. Brief succinct intro 2-3 sentences long.

2. Relevant key OB theories/frameworks and Triple Bottom Line principles are to be discussed, and link made to the issues/problems with exceptional critical evaluation and clarity.

3. A coherent and complete analysis based on complete use of all relevant evidence and practice to be implemented.

4. Analyse old and new Australian Parental leave policies

5. How do they gage employees?

6. Define each theory/framework

Type of service: Academic Paper writing
Type of assignment: Essay
Subject: Business
Pages/words: 6/1500
Number of sources: 10
Academic level: Junior (college 3rd year)
Paper format: APA
Line spacing: Double
Language style: AU English