To cry or not to cry: Women showing emotion in workforce slowly changing gender stereotypes
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To Cry or Not to Cry: Women Showing Emotion in Workforce Slowly Changing Gender Stereotypes

Professor Kimberly Elsbach said the perception of women who cry as being manipulative is uncommon but a career-killer. The researchers relatively found that crying during a meeting or an individual performance evaluation with one’s supervisor can have the greatest negative impact.