Women get less access to senior leaders and are less likely to receive feedback, despite asking for it as often as men, according to a new survey from LeanIn.Org and McKinsey & Company.
The survey found women who negotiate for a compensation increase or promotion are 30 percent more likely than men to be told they are bossy, too aggressive or intimidating.
The Women in the Workplace 2016 study also found women are less likely to be promoted to a managerial level, reducing the chance they’ll be awarded more more senior positions. For every 100 women who advance, 130 men are promoted.
For more on the study’s findings, visit the Women in the Workplace website.