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Women leaders feel under more stress in the workplace

May 19, 2015
Diversity & Inclusion
An increasing amount of attention is being paid to the troubling fact that women in the workplace, especially in management or leadership roles, report being stressed out more often than men.
 
A number of speakers at last month’s Simmons Leadership Conference in Boston, an event to promote women leaders, pointed out that despite recent strides in equality in the office, women experience a lot more stress than men.
 
> Read the full story on the Financial Times website
 
By Charles Wallace

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