Many still prefer to work with men over women – and it shows why women face an uphill battle
|07/30/2017||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Almost one in three men said it was “not important at all” to have gender diversity in the workplace, according to a MSN poll for Business Insider. Almost one in four women said the same.
- About one in five respondents – both men and women – said they prefer to work with men, far more than expressed a preference for working with women.
- Two in five men think women are treated “very fairly” in the US workforce. Nearly one in five women said the same.
- Women are facing an uphill battle in achieving equality at work.
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