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Male Bosses Are Ignoring Women Colleagues After #MeToo. This Is a Problem

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https://www.glamour.com/story/male-bosses-ignoring-women-colleagues-after-metoo
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cobra_effect
According to LeanIn.Org, 60 percent of male managers say they're uncomfortable participating in common workplace activities with a woman, putting promotions at stake.
According to new research released today by LeanIn.Org and SurveyMonkey, 60 percent of male managers say they’re uncomfortable participating in common workplace activities with a woman—a 32 percent increase from research done last year on the topic. The data found that senior-level men are 12 times more likely to hesitate before having one-on-one meetings, nine times more likely to hesitate to travel with a junior woman for business, and six times more likely to hesitate to go to a work dinner with a junior woman. Thirty-six percent of men also say they’ve avoided mentoring or socializing with a female coworker because they were nervous about how it might look.

The problem: Most managers are male and their fear is prohibiting women from proving themselves and moving up at work.