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SPEAK UP: Getting angry at work can cost women $15,000


We already know that women’s emotions and reactions in the office are often judged differently than men’s. But new research from VitalSmarts, a Provo, Utah, organizational performance consultancy, finds that women who are forceful or angry in their communication may face “emotional inequality” and suffer greater social backlash than their male counterparts — including in their perceived worth. Read more

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