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Men are afraid to mentor women after #MeToo and it hurts us all: study
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[quote:Polkahonkus:MV80MDQzMzc4XzczMjYwMTkxX0Q5REZCMjhF] [quote:Vicious Deplorable dollop:MV80MDQzMzc4XzczMjQ1MTI3XzlFNTY2RDIy] No wonder. Too many women will make something out of nothing and do damage to men in the workplace. It's a very good idea to never be alone with them. [/quote] That would be very shariah compliant. You will love Muslim women in the workplace. They are very fair managers and supervisors. You’ll like the new boss. Not like the old boss. [/quote]
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"“We’re in a bad place — no one’s ever gotten promoted without a one-on-one meeting, I feel confident in saying that,” Sandberg tells “CBS This Morning” host Gayle King Friday. “Senior men right now are nine times more hesitant to travel with a woman and six times more likely to hesitate to have a work dinner.”
Women — and especially women of color — don’t get the same amount of mentoring as men, “which means we’re not getting an equal seat at the table,” Sandberg says.
“It’s not enough to not harass us, you need to not ignore us, either.”"
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