Facebook chief operating officer tells Davos women are less liked as they become more successful

This article illustrates sexism in international organizations and workplace. Here’s an excerpt from it: “Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer of Facebook, has launched a fierce attack on the gender stereotypes that hold back women at work at the World Economic Forum in Davos… Sandberg was appearing at a panel session in Davos, where five of six speakers were female – the opposite of the gender balance at many Davos events. Only 17% of delegates at the high-powered event are women and in an effort to increase female numbers the organisers now insist that the top 100 “strategic partner” companies that attend and which can bring five delegates must include one women. Many, however, choose to bring only four rather than include a female executive.” 


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