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Timmd on 17 Sep 2018

According to a study carried out in Australia, it would seem. 

https://rightsinfo.org/women-just-likely-ask-pay-rise-less-likely-get-one-report-finds/

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Yanis Nayu - on 17 Sep 2018
In reply to Timmd:

I’m surprised if anyone gets pay rises at the moment...

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Timmd on 20 Sep 2018
In reply to Yanis Nayu:

It used to be thought that women were less likely to ask for them, but it turns out they're more likely to find the answer is no. 

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henwardian - on 20 Sep 2018
In reply to Timmd:

Your thread title has two possible meanings. I think the unintended one is much more entertaining!

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Timmd on 23 Sep 2018
In reply to henwardian:

Que?

balmybaldwin - on 23 Sep 2018
In reply to Timmd:

It infers that women are tighter bosses

Matt Vigg - on 23 Sep 2018
In reply to balmybaldwin:

Or that women refused to take an offered pay rise more than men....

graeme jackson - on 24 Sep 2018
In reply to Timmd:

or that a woman would prefer a man rather than a pay rise.

henwardian - on 24 Sep 2018
In reply to Matt Vigg:

> Or that women refused to take an offered pay rise more than men....

Yup, that was the one I read at first.

 

In reply to graeme jackson:

> or that a woman would prefer a man rather than a pay rise.

But this one is even more hilarious! :D

Yanis Nayu - on 24 Sep 2018
In reply to Timmd:

> It used to be thought that women were less likely to ask for them, but it turns out they're more likely to find the answer is no. 

Yes, I got that. It’s interesting research. 


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