Female Leaders and Work-life Balance within the Hotel Industry: A conceptual Approach
International journal of advanced scientific research and management
Many countries have made progress towards gender equality over the past two decades, but significant gaps persist in workforce participation, leadership positions and barriers face by employees. Major disruptions in the labor market have begun that could have profound implications for gender equality through 2030. Automation and artificial intelligence, for example, will displace many workers while, simultaneously, increasing investments, rising incomes or ageing population trends will create
... rends will create new jobs that require skills in short supply. Leadership is a management function, which is mostly directed towards people, it's a process of influencing people to achieve the goals of the organization. The academic importance of this research is to offer bases by which researchers can have access to measure female leadership , work life balance and their relation to financial performance in developing countries. This research will increase the available literature on the topic specifically on developing countries such as the Egyptian corporate sector; in addition to the literature on the effect of work-life balance and female leadership financial performance relation. Furthermore, demographic variables are tested to assess their effect on the independentdependent relation.