Research Shows Men Get Ahead For Being "Disagreeable" In The Workplace; Women Don't
In the workplace they do, according to new research co-authored by University of Notre Dame Management Professor Timothy Judge. The paper shows a strong negative relationship between agreeableness and earnings for men. The more agreeable a man is, the less he will earn. For women, there is essentially no relationship at all. Regardless, they earn less than men. Specializing in personality, leadership, moods, emotions and career and life success, Judge has published 130 articles in refereed journals, including 82 in top-tier journals.