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Maneuvering to the Top: STEM Women Persistence

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 58 Issue 2

Published: 2022
Author(s) Name: Jaya Devasia and S. Riasudeen | Author(s) Affiliation: National institute of Fashion Technology, Kannur Center.
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The paper aims to find out the relationship between psychological empowerment and innovative output among women employees in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) fields. Data was collected from among 216 women employees of STEM fields in select cities employing an experimental survey. The data was analyzed and the results showed that psychological empowerment has a positive effect on innovative output. Organizations can continue to engage in psychological empowerment initiatives for employees, fostering a positive work atmosphere that enables individuals to use their leadership talents to encourage people to pursue careers in STEM fields. This research employs Value Percept Theory and Social Exchange Theory to explain psychological empowerment in India’s STEM industry.

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