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Study says workplace flirtatiousness, advantageous for women

Study says workplace flirtatiousness

Whether it is enticing looks or a flirty wink, women seem to be at advantage when they use their feminine charms at workplace. According to a recent study, women using their sex appeal are likely to get their work done at ease. Professor Laura Kray of Haas School of Business said that, women being flirtatious at workplace can easily get ahead on negotiations and can land-up on a good deal merely showing their appreciable feminine qualities and a bit of flirtatiousness.

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Top Home Based Businesses for Women

Top Home Based Businesses for Women

Women, often undervalued, underestimated and it is believed that the weaker sex is the spine of each home. Further standing to her family as a support, care of children and husbands need doing the entire household tasks, and then began to make their professional work. All right, women are not only at par with men, however if you really compare the tasks carried out by a woman,compared with that man, women are in fact actually multitasking and successful yet.

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Career Options in Accounting for Working Mothers

Many women entering the accounting field because they like working with numbers and provide job security. Lots of accounting jobs need employees to work extra hours at the office. Mainly of these women are mothers, the causes of their responsibilities change. These women need to assess their financial positions and decide whether to conduct a family status accounting easier.

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Tips Every Working Women Should Run From

Tips Every Working Women Should Run From

There's a big market for helping women to find happiness at work. The reason may be that women read more than men.

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The terrible career advice from your worst Frenemy

The terrible career advice from your worst Frenemy

The theory of demand and supply is, arguably, the most fundamental tenet of the free market. It is same in the marketplace of ideas and opinion.

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