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  • Emotional labor hinders women's work progression
  • Emotional labor hinders women's work progression
    Mimi Thian (2018) ©
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Emotional labor hinders women's work progression

Emotional labor in the workplace is counterproductive, taxing, and detracts from the work that adds real value to businesses. Unfortunately, it also disproportionately affects women, who often end up assuming a caretaker role even at work, further hindering their ability to move up the ladder.

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