Men detect workplace discrimination more often than women, suggests a survey commissioned by the Federation of Finnish Enterprises. The employer organisation reported yesterday that male respondents to the survey detected significantly more discrimination based on age, health, political views, ethnic background or sexual orientation at their workplace than women.
Age-based discrimination, the survey found, is the most common form of workplace
discrimination in the country, with 16 per cent of respondents reporting they have detected it. The only forms of discrimination that were detected equally by men and women were discrimination based on the gender (11%) and part-time status (12%) of employees. – Helsinki Times, 1 February 2021