Study finds more men are uncomfortable with women at work

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"We're in a bad place," Sheryl Sandberg said on "CBS This Morning"

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Published on May 17, 2019 -  00:38
Me Too Backlash Is Getting Worse
According to the Huffington Post, "A stunning 60% of male managers said they’re uncomfortable mentoring, working one-on-one, and socializing with women at work..." That is a huge increase from last year's percentage of 46%. John Singer, a lawyer, stated to the press about the matter, "MeToo has had a chilling effect on the relationship between men and women in the workplace.

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