What are some points of gender discrimination?
Considering their numbers in the workforce, women are severely underrepresented in managerial and administrative jobs
There is evidence that gender stereotypes are partially responsible for discouraging women from business careers and blocking their ascent to managerial positions
Stereotypes of successful middle managers do not correspond to stereotypes of women
The most recent research indicates that both men and women of varying age, education, and work experience still describe a good manager as possessing predominantly masculine characteristics
One recent study found that when women are successful in traditional male jobs, they are less liked
Women suffer from stereotype that is detrimental to their hiring, development, promotion, and salaries
On the other hand, hiring and promotion decisions might confront managers with ambiguous targets or situations and prompt them to resort to gender stereotypes in forming impressions