Tag Archives: women in the workplace

Chart of the Day: How men and women are critiqued in performance reviews

TweetKieran Snyder analyzed 248 performance reviews of generally high-performing men and women working in the tech industry. Here’s what she found: > Tweet
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Chart of the Day: Sexual harassment and assault at scientific field sites

TweetThough this survey of more than 600 anthropologists, archaeologists, biologists, zoologists, and other scientists wasn’t nationally representative, it suggests that sexual harassment and assault could be one of the reasons contributing to the dearth of women pursing careers in the sciences.  Tweet
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Vintage sexism: 20 things men don’t like about women in the office

TweetThis gem comes from a 1945 book by Thomas D. Horton called What Men Don’t Like About Women: Tweet
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New play explores the experiences of black women in construction work

TweetPortland State University Assistant professor Roberta Hunte’s dissertation is the basis for My Walk Has Never Been Average, a play that reveals the stories of black women in construction. Hunte’s unique research includes the profiles of 15 black, female construction workers. One of them is Donna Hammonds, who shared her challenges working in the male-dominated [...]
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Learning to dress “professionally” in a white man’s world

Tweet (Image source: Women’s Economic Development Agency) As someone who has recently started their first office job, I’ve found that there is a high learning curve to beginning to dress professionally. All the tweed and the blazers  and the high-necked dresses can often mean buying an entirely new wardrobe to wear in the place you’ll now [...]
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