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Female Managers - Are They Worse than Men

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people that are not related to the organization but whose interests have been marred by the actions of the manager may bully her. Ways in which they can bully her include but are not limited to threatening upon the phone, sending blackmailing emails to the manager, and spreading rumours about her relationships and affairs with tom, dick, and harry. Women are very sensitive about their reputation and take such incidents on nerves. On the other hand, a male manager does not take such rumours as seriously as the female managers do.

For many, it hardly makes any difference with whom their name is being connected. Men tackle bullies better than women. In fact, male managers consider the bullying part of the game and take it as such. The gender roles that have been cultivating in society over the centuries require women to stay at home and take care of the family. While women’ s prime responsibility is to take care of the family, men’ s prime responsibility is to work and earn money for the family. When women work as managers in organizations, they have to stay away from their home for a major portion of the day.

Being away from home, they are neither able to babysit their children nor can they take care of their studies. The woman assumes a central position in every home whether or not she realizes it. Female managers know that they are not available to their children when they need them the most. Such thoughts do not worry a male manager because he knows that office is the right place for him to be in because this is where he is supposed to be by all standards of society, ethics and religion.

Hence, when women work, they perform a secondary role often at the cost of their primary role while when men work, they perform their primary role. The consequential feeling of guilt keeps the female managers disturbed and they are not able to reach their full potential in the work. Women are personally engaged in the work unlike men, who are capable of keeping their business and social identities separate.    

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