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Alison Wynn, JoAnne Wehner, and Katherine Weisshaar worked on a study to show that there are bigger biases in the evaluations of people's personalities, future potential, and mentions of exceptionalism.
Their study used a code that allows them to identify the employee behaviors that manage...
A poorly defined evaluation process opens the door for gender biases to shape performance evaluations. It could have managers use a criteria with no clarity on how to measure them so they then draw from cultural ideas about the different kinds of people.
There are plenty of areas where women have an advantage over men and the workplace is one part of that.
Other studies show that managers view men who have only part-time work experience as less hirable than women with the same experience due to gender expectations.
Although gender biases continue to persist in the workplace, it would be helpful in reducing gender biases if:
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