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Managers Are Afraid to Give Women Negative Feedback—Until Women Ask for Promotions

Another day, another study showing that sexism is responsible for the earning and achievement gap between men and women in the workplace. Earlier this month, Australian researchers published a study showing that “women ask for wage increases just as often as men, but their employers are 25 percent less likely to give it to them.” This week, and the consulting firm McKinsey released their second annual Women in the Workplace study, which is based on a survey of 132 companies that employ a total of 4.
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