Science Says Women Can Do This at Work (but Men Can't)

Aug. 24, 2017

woman with face in hands

There's a seemingly endless list of ways that men get an unfair advantage at work.

Identical resumes get more interviews if they have a man's name rather than a woman's name. Women are far more likely to be interrupted in meetings and even when heard out, their inputs are more likely to be ignored.

In general, women must work harder and smarter to do as well in business as the average man.

However, according to a recent study conducted at University of Arizona Eller College of Management, there is one negotiating tactic that only women can use during performance reviews, without paying a huge career penalty.

That tactic? Weeping.

Read the full article at Inc.