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Why Women Face Different Standards on Zoom and What to do About It

From George Bradley, writing in PRNews…

Research from The Harris Poll shows 39 percent of women, but just 25 percent of men, turn off video during Zoom calls. That’s a fairly significant difference. In addition, when they turn on video, women are more likely than men to prepare (do their hair, change clothes or clean visible workspaces). Also, they are more likely to mute themselves, in addition to disabling the video, while multitasking.

We asked professors of communication and business management:

  1. Why are women more likely to disable video and/or microphones?
  2. How can women navigate working, home schooling children and doing much of the domestic work?

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