Gender Inequality

How the gender bias in performance reviews impact womens' careers

The gender bias in performance reviews is largely evident when it comes to receiving constructive criticism at work Image: REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

Emma Luxton


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Gender bias in performance reviews with respect to difficult feedbacks Image: Women in the Workplace 2016

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Women receiving more critical feedback than men is another example of gender bias in performance reviews Image: Fast Company
With such gender bias in performance reviews women lack the opportunity to grow Image: World Economic Forum

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