The top job in business administration at Siemens is in danger of going to a woman.
On Tuesday, Siemens said it had fired its first female senior executive, who was the first woman to lead the company’s IT business for more than 30 years.
The new executive, whose name was not released, was laid off on Dec. 1.
“Siemens has made significant progress in advancing women in its leadership and in our business.
However, in light of recent developments, we have decided to terminate the employment of the new employee,” the company said in a statement.
Siemen said it was “committed to fostering an environment in which all women feel valued and safe.””SEMEN is committed to creating an environment where all women are comfortable and empowered in their work and at home,” the statement added.
Somalia’s first female business presidentThe U.S. State Department has also condemned the decision, saying in a press release it “has no tolerance for discrimination in the workplace, and it is deeply concerned by the discriminatory and harmful actions of the government of Somalia.”
Somali-American and former president Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed has led the country for 25 years.
He is considered a contender for president.
Soleiman Bint Abdulla, the U.N. special rapporteur on sexual violence in conflict zones, also condemned Somalis’ decision to fire the female executive, saying it was an example of how the country was continuing to ignore its obligations under the U,N.
convention on the rights of the child.
Solutions that are based on the rule of law, that take into account gender and gender equality, will make the country better and will be an important component of the overall development of the country, he said.
“The Somalian government must now put an end to the discrimination and abuses that the government is responsible for and must take steps to ensure that the country is no longer a place of sexual violence,” Abdullas said.