Men want more women end guilt over finishing earlier

Around 350 male managers, a group often blamed for workplace sexism, are campaigning for greater professional equality between the sexes; saying it would improve their own life-work balance.

The so-called ‘Happy Men’ ( say a system which discriminates against women also has drawbacks for men and equality at work would benefit everyone and boost performance. Founder Antoine de Gabrielli said: “Men think they have to be at their desks until late to show they are committed.

“They feel bad about asking for a Wednesday afternoon off to look after children or for taking advantage of ...

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