#GAReads | Why Is the Onus On Women to Curb Workplace Interruptions?

"Why Is the Onus on Women to Curb Workplace Interruptions?":

The recent spectacle of Senator Kamala Harris’s male colleagues repeatedly cutting her off at Senate Intelligence Committee hearings is the latest reminder of what several studies dating back to at least 1975 have shown, and what female professionals have been saying for decades: All too often, women at work can’t finish a sentence without being interrupted, usually by a man.

Part of the problem with the usual advice for curbing these interruptions is that it puts the onus on women to do something differently.

Read Tasneem Raja's full article at The Atlantic here…