Workplace gender quotas weed out incompetent men and make businesses more efficient, study finds

The counters one of the key arguments often put forward against the introduction of minimum quotas to promote equality: that such targets are unmeritocratic.

A quota introduced in Sweden in 1993 became known colloquially as the “crisis of the mediocre man,” because incompetent men had the most to fear from an influx of women.


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