Queen Bee Syndrome is a scenario in an organization where women in higher authority tend to ill-treat their women subordinates. The reason behind such behavior is the negative stereotype and discrimination they encountered during their academic or professional work.
Example of queen bee syndrome at the workplace:
Some common characteristics of their personalities are:
There are several ways by which the syndrome can be avoided in the organization. Such as:
When you are found to be a victim or ill-treated, you should report it to the HR manager or a colleague who is in a higher position. It is essential to speak up and inform about the issue so that the management can become aware of it and take action against them.
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