Workplace gender differences shift slowly as more women rise to the top

08/19/2013 | Harvard Business Review online

The ways in which gender differences manifest themselves in the workforce have become more complex as increasing numbers of women have made inroads into the top levels of industry, according to a Harvard Business Review analysis. Women continue to earn less than men, and they face challenges such as having to prove they can be both likeable and competent. They also must face bosses' and co-workers' judgments about how they balance work and parenting responsibilities.

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