Research from the Center for Work-Life Policy shows mid-level, professional women need powerful, senior executives to help promote them to the next level of management.Based on the 3-1 rule, that means nearly half of female executives have had an affair with their boss. The other half presumably have affairs with colleagues.
The problem is this: More often than not, superiors are males who are married.
In that same CWLP study, 34% of executive women claim they know a female colleague who has had an affair with a boss. Furthermore, 15% of women at the director level or above admitted to having affairs themselves.
And worse, 37% claim the action was rewarded: they said that women involved in affairs received a career boost as a result.
Friday, February 24, 2017
This explains why technology executives are so determined to get more women in tech: