Japanese Female Bosses Are Cool (According to this Survey)
  • by Audrey Archives
  • May 31, 2013
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Ever wonder what are some of the big differences between male and female bosses? Well Japan sure did. A survey for Japan Labor Policy and Training discovered the following-

In companies containing over 300 employees:
97.1% of female bosses believe assessment of employee performance  has nothing to do with gender.
72.7% of male bosses believe assessment of employee performance  has nothing to do with gender.

In companies containing 100-299 employees:
93.6% of females bosses believe assessment of employee performance  has nothing to do with gender.
53.5 % of male bosses believe assessment of employee performance  has nothing to do with gender.

On assigning business trips and overtime duties:
72.2% of female supervisors make no distinction based on gender.
53.5% of male supervisors make no distinction based on gender.

 

Clearly the female population of Japanese bosses seem more intent on equality in the workplace. Is this the same case for us?
Read the original article here.

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