Do bosses really think their female employees are less capable of balancing work and life responsibilities than their male counterparts? According to a new study published in the January 2014 issue of Applied Psychology written by a Manhattan College professor, women in countries with low levels of gender equality are often stereotyped. Despite the fact that the U.S. ranked positively for gender egalitarianism, companies in the U.S. with offices around the world need to be cautious and review management assessment data to see if there is any evidence of bias.

To learn more about this study and arrange an interview with Michael Judiesch, associate professor of management at Manhattan College, please contact Manhattan College.

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