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From: The Telegraph

Powerful ‘Queen bee’ women block others getting promotion

The Telegraph:

Psychologists studying the workplace found top women often distanced themselves from other women and refuse to help them rise through the ranks.

They concluded that when women were aware of gender bias at work, they were more likely to act like men and distance themselves from women.

However when the atmosphere at work let them be women, they feel less threatened and actually wanted to encourage and mentor other women.

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