Male Employee's Social Experiment Reveals Truths About Sexism In The Workplace

Male Employee's Social Experiment Reveals Truths About Sexism In The Workplace

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The Experiment Was Simple, But Lead To Clear Results


The Women's March on Washington 2017 created a grassroots movement that rapidly spread in the time leading up to Donald Trump's presidential inauguration. More than 3 million women and men marched over the country the day after Donald was sworn in. Women's unfair treatment in the workplace was a focal point of the protests and is a very real problem, as one man learned and shared online.

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Martin R. Schneider is a writer/editor at Front Row Central and the co-host of the Political Theater podcast. Recently, he shared a story on Twitter in a thread detailing an experiment he performed with a former coworker/friend of his, Nicole Hallberg.

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The thread begins with Martin explaining the time when he and Nicole worked at the same service firm. He was Nicole's supervisor and was told by their mutual boss she wasn't doing a good job.

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See what Martin learned from his time monitoring Nicole on the next page!

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