Unless you lack basic social skills, it’s hard to imagine getting in trouble for expressing positive feelings at work. Sharing enthusiasm and encouragement is usually beneficial to everyone around you. It’s the feelings on the other end of the spectrum that most of us struggle with. We’ve all gotten frustrated or overwhelmed at work. Maybe someone less qualified gets a promotion you worked hard to earn. Or a coworker takes credit for something you did.

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Achieving gender equality is as much a matter of changing and expanding roles for men advancing women in the workplace. Though a majority of Americans support paid family leave (though they may disagree over how to provide it), new research out in time for Father’s Day suggests insufficient paid leave as well as social expectations prevent fathers from caring for their children as much as they’d like.

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If you are looking to have more women on boards, the key issue is whether you are looking for women whose backgrounds replicate those of the men ( FTSE firms’ excuses for lack of women in boardrooms ‘pitiful and patronising’ , 31 May). You won’t find many: there are far fewer women in the c-suite and even fewer chief executives of major companies.

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Lifestyle How the language used in job adverts discourages women from applying From sexist environments to dress codes – and never mind the gender pay gap – the workplace can be a challenging space for women. But what about the application process? New research shows some women are deterred before they even begin… ES Lifestyle Newsletter Enter your email address Please enter an email address Email address is invalid Fill out this field Email address is invalid Email cannot be used.

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We know that men and women are often described differently in performance evaluations, and now we have more information on exactly what some of those differences are. Researchers analyzed a large-scale military dataset (over 4,000 participants and 81,000 evaluations) to examine objective and subjective performance measures. They found no gender differences in objective measures (e.g., grades, fitness scores, class standing), but the subjective evaluations were very different.

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