Post Profile

Who swears more at work, men or women?

When the f-bombs start flying on the job, is it men or women who are the most likely culprits? A new workplace study has the answer.
read more


Related Posts

Women Are Losing All The ‘Hot Jobs’ To Men

Business & Finance / Career & Jobs : The Grindstone

Catalyst, a research organization that studies and advises companies on women’s advancement in the workplace, released a study on Wednesday that revealed women may be getting paid less because they have less access to the "hot jobs,...

Study: Men more likely to be granted flexible work schedules

Business & Finance : Money & Co

Women are less likely than men in high-status jobs to be given flexible work schedules to pursue career-development opportunities, according to a recent Yale study.

Prominent Occupations Still Seen as Male Domains, Study Finds

Business & Finance : DealBook

A report by Harris Poll found that men and women said there were not enough women in positions of power in the workplace, but a majority of respondents still preferred to have men in jobs like president of the United States and Fort...

A workplace study shows women less likely to be promoted

Business & Finance : USAToday: Money

Just as women are paid less than men for the same positions, women are less likely to be promoted, according to a new workplace study.        

9 Transformative Ways for Men to Support Women in Business

Business & Finance / Entrepreneurship : A Serial Entrepreneur's Perspective

Men and women both can work together to bring equality to the workplace.


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC