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If you view life through the gender wars lens then life is a teeter-totter. If one side goes up the other must come down. You can’t have it both ways. If an employer decides to place a priority on both hiring and promoting females over males, then take a guess as to which side will suffer.

Here is a list of the ten worst offenders when it comes to discrimination against male employees. Each company’s managers are now incentivized through pay to give preference to both hiring and promoting women.

If you are male and serious about your career and life you are ill-advised to seek a job with these employers.

Abbott

Percentage of female employees earning promotions to the manager level and above: 52%

Percentage of senior managers who are women: 43%

Percentage of executives who are women: 26%

Percentage of board members who are women: 36%

Manager pay is linked to helping women advance, and the company offers a sponsorship program.

Ernst & Young

Percentage of female employees earning promotions to the manager level and above: 45%

Percentage of senior managers who are women: 46%

Percentage of executives who are women: 32%

Percentage of board members who are women: 31%

Manager pay is linked to helping women advance, and the company offers a sponsorship program.

FleishmanHillard

Percentage of female employees earning promotions to the manager level and above: 71%

Percentage of senior managers who are women: 52%

Percentage of executives who are women: 47%

Percentage of board members who are women: 42%

Manager pay is linked to helping women advance.

Thomson Reuters

IBM

Percentage of female employees earning promotions to the manager level and above: N/A

Percentage of senior managers who are women: 27%

Percentage of executives who are women: 28%

Percentage of board members who are women: 23%

Manager pay is linked to helping women advance, and the company offers a sponsorship program.

Johnson & Johnson

Percentage of female employees earning promotions to the manager level and above: 47%

Percentage of senior managers who are women: 41%

Percentage of executives who are women: 34%

Percentage of board members who are women: 33%

Manager pay is linked to helping women advance, and the company offers a sponsorship program.

Thomson Reuters

KPMG

Percentage of female employees earning promotions to the manager level and above: 41%

Percentage of senior managers who are women: 36%

Percentage of executives who are women: 19%

Percentage of board members who are women: 27%

Manager pay is linked to helping women advance, and the company offers a sponsorship program.

L’Oreal USA

Percentage of female employees earning promotions to the manager level and above: 64%

Percentage of senior managers who are women: 53%

Percentage of executives who are women: 34%

Percentage of board members who are women: 40%

Manager pay is linked to helping women advance, and the company offers a sponsorship program.

Marriott International

Percentage of female employees earning promotions to the manager level and above: 54%

Percentage of senior managers who are women: 41%

Percentage of executives who are women: 35%

Percentage of board members who are women: 36%

Manager pay is linked to helping women advance, and the company offers a sponsorship program.

MassMutual Financial Group

Percentage of female employees earning promotions to the manager level and above: 52%

Percentage of senior managers who are women: 32%

Percentage of executives who are women: 40%

Percentage of board members who are women: 33%

Manager pay is linked to helping women advance, and the company offers a sponsorship program.

AP

Procter & Gamble

Percentage of female employees earning promotions to the manager level and above: 44%

Percentage of senior managers who are women: 35%

Percentage of executives who are women: 36%

Percentage of board members who are women: 45%

Manager pay is linked to helping women advance, and the company offers a sponsorship program.

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