Survey Shows Women Feel Mistreated While Traveling
A recent study by Uniglobe Travel (International) Inc. has found that women still feel biases when traveling. Michelle Desreux, senior vice president of the company, said that security issues were a major concern. Women should specify with their travel agents that they would like secure rooms, near elevators, with no outside ground floor access and not in a remote areas of hotel properties. She also said that gender biases remain in various formats and that travel companies often give men better attention than women, "This attitude permeates everything from supplier advertising that focuses only on men to face-to-face client service. No doubt, service across the board has improved but women travelers report that gender biases by suppliers continue."
Media Resources: CNN Interactive - January 12, 1997
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