This week: From sexual harassment to the C suite.
Female entrepreneurs who are more likely to be “operating home-based businesses,” according to 99 Designs. For men, it’s 48 percent. Women “were also more likely to say they put in a ‘second shift’ at night — 67 percent vs. 61 percent for men.”
Female employees who say they’ve “experienced sexual harassment in their adult lives,” according to Ipsos. Yet male employees think the number is only 49 percent.
Men who believe “it’s sometimes acceptable to tell a risqué or sexual joke to a colleague,” according to CARE. Interestingly, 20 percent of women do, too. Then again, 2 percent of men believe “it’s always acceptable.” No women did.
“U.S. businesses with no women in senior management” so far in 2018, according to Grant Thornton International. Last year, it was more than twice that, at 31 percent. So, progress.
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