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Give power to real workers and we will not be needing bosses
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|Give power to real workers and we will not be needing bosses by Kenyans247(1): Sat 14, November, 2020 09:34am|
What you need to know:
In the USA, women make up 52 per cent of the formal workplace, but less than 5 per cent of the leadership positions.
In offices, women are the cogs that enable companies to work, but when it comes to the top-most positions, they are left out.
Kamala Harris's win as the first vice president of the United States is a cause for celebration for women all over the world.
She joins the few female heads of state and government across the world, which shows us that women are making some strides, but still have a long way to go.
In the USA, women make up 52 per cent of the formal workplace, but less than 5 per cent of the leadership positions. In Africa, we don’t need statistics to see that women are working.
Just look around, from farms, matatus, to the offices, women work. Yet when it comes to the positions that make decisions concerning that work, they are nowhere.
This shows that when people campaigned for women to join the workforce instead of staying at home, men took the home setting to the office. In offices, women are the cogs that enable companies to work, but when it comes to the top-most positions, they are left out.
It is this mismatch between the people who actually do the work and those who are appointed to lead that has led to the chaos being experienced everywhere.
From the breakdown of the family unit, to people rioting and grumbling against bad governments such as ours. Because this system produces Cabinet secretaries who go around inspecting insitutions and berating officials.
People who have no idea how systems work, because, how could they when they have never been the actual workers?
The solution to all this is to give power to the worker. Let farmers tate their needs; let parents and teachers say when they think schools should be opened; let nurses and doctors advise on what hospitals need.
If workers had their say, we would have no need for feminism or women empowerment, because women would be the leaders. For now we celebrate Kamala Harris, but hope that more women join her.
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