Exclusively for Professional Access Pass members The Double Standard of Time Policing: Are Female Employees at a Disadvantage? External perceptions of the time people spend working are a powerful behavioral dynamic in
Exclusively for Professional Access Pass members
The Double Standard of Time Policing: Are Female Employees at a Disadvantage?
External perceptions of the time people spend working are a powerful behavioral dynamic in contemporary workplaces. Professor Chia-Jung Tsay of the Wisconsin School of Business will share her latest research about the gendered ways in which people assess and make attributions about others’ time use at work. Women’s time away from the office is more likely than men’s to be attributed to personal commitments, and men’s more likely to be attributed to work commitments. Not only does gendered time policing exist across various industries and countries, but also in online work environments. This webinar will offer insights into relationships between time, gender, and inequality that are especially important given the push to return to the office. You’ll also gain perspective on how to effectively manage those unconscious biases. Please note: this webinar will NOT be recorded.
The webinar is presented by the University of Wisconsin:
Professor Chia-Jung Tsay
Chia-Jung Tsay is the Bruce and Janice Ellig Professor in Management and an Associate Professor at UW-Madison, and an Associate Fellow at Saïd Business School, Oxford
Halley Jones, Recruitment Manager, MBA Programs
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(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm ET