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Married men and their traditional view of women are holding back equality in the office, claims study
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'Working men with stay-at-home wives are a 'pocket of resistance' to equality in the workplace, according to a new study.
After research with hundreds of husbands, the team found those with 'traditional' rather than modern marriages tended to 'view the presence of women in the workplace unfavourably'.
They also found that men with stay-at-home wives - or even 'neo-traditionalists' married to women who worked part-time - thought companies with more women worked 'less smoothly', and found organisations with female bosses 'relatively unattractive'.
And the research paper provides a possible explanation for the so-called 'marzipan layer' - which traps women just below senior jobs: such men 'deny more frequently, qualified female employees opportunities for promotion'.'
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