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Women May Be More Likely to Get Inaccurate Performance Reviews

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New research suggests women may receive a break at work during their performance evaluation because of efforts to preserve relationships.

Cornell University investigators believe the fibs or “white lies” serve a purpose but they can cause problems in the workplace, where honest feedback, even when it’s negative, is important.

In the new study, Drs. Lily Jampol and Vivian Zayas, an associate professor of psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences, discovered women are more likely to be given inaccurate performance feedback.

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