A new study finds that for women in the workplace, a little flirting could help you get ahead in your career. Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, found that when women flirt, people perceive them as confident, which is considered essential to successful negotiations.
A new US study finds that for women, a little flirting at work could pay off. ©Diego Cervo/shutterstock.com
"Women are uniquely confronted with a trade-off in terms of being perceived as strong versus warm," lead researcher Laura Kray said. "Using feminine charm in negotiation is a technique that combines both."
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