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5. Conversation styles: When male colleagues or superiors cut off your talking points on a regular basis, but don’t do the same to your male counterparts, gender issues may be at work. However, it is important to keep in mind that both sexes have different conversational styles. Women tend to be more collaborative by sharing experiences and asking questions, while men tend to give information rather than ask questions.
While laws and company policies don’t stop people from acting on biases, they are there to allow you the protection to act on them. Watch for the signs of subtle discrimination in your workplace so that they may be addressed promptly.
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