Shock. That "Careerist" columnist Vivia Chen is shocked that Hillary Clinton didn't discipline Burns Strider. During her 2008 campaign, that staff member allegedly sexually harassed a subordinate. Here is Chen's article.
It seems schoolgirlish for Chen to even assume that a female boss will behave more ethically than a male one.
Sure, Hillary has been an advocate of female empowerment.
However, simultaneously she seemed to condone her husband's sexual exploitation of women.
Long story short, like many successful women, Hillary got ahead by being pragmatic. In 2008, it was the smart course of action to ignore sexual misconduct.
In addition, like so many successful professionals, male and female, Hillary mastered adopting a variety of personas. She is a leader with many faces.
Imposing on females the mandate that they maintain a more enlightened code of conduct in professional life than males is downright sexist.
Playing the game is hard for both. And, both soon enough find out that they have to re-think their values. Management experts label that trait "flexibility." And, that's supposed to be a good thing.
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