This book takes up one of the hot topics in the field of Social Psychology: stereotypes and discrimination. Stereotypes and discrimination may occur due to ethnicity, religion, political stand, age, gender, and so forth. Of these, stereotyping and discrimination against women because of their gender has been a pervasive development problem over the globe. Most importantly, working women face this problem at two levels: in their community and at work place. Consequently, this has remained a top level challenge for any development endeavor to come true. Hence, in this book an attempt is made to portray the nature and types of gender based stereotypes and discrimination on women employees at workplace. Besides, this book brings in to the attention of readers quite a number of intervention strategies which can best fit to different contexts in lessening such a social pathology on women employees: stereotypes and discrimination.