Unwritten Rules For Women In The Workplace

Here's something to think about as you try to jump start your career in 2010: More often than not, the simple fact that you're a woman in the workplace means you're treated differently than your male counterparts. You could be the hardest working go-getter in your office, but if you, like a lot of women, aren't making your boss aware of your accomplishments, you may be sabotaging your own career prospects, says executive coach and author Ann Daly, PhD, who points out that overall women continue to be underpaid, taking home just 78% of the salaries that men do. Here Dr. Daly lays out her top unwritten rules for women in the workplace so you know not to let them "sabotage your ambitions." Read More: How to Stand Out in the WorkplaceHow You're Judged at Work


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