The topic of this article reminded me of a post on here a couple days ago (might have even been last week) where a monkey was seeking advice on how to treat a female coworker. In that post he mentioned it may be harder for the bank he works for to fire a woman. Doesn't seem that all banks see it that way according to this article.
"Men were more likely to have multiple problems on their records, with 41 percent showing two or more adverse disclosures. Only 22 percent of the women in the study had two or more disclosures...Misconduct complaints against men came from their employers only 28 percent of the time. That compares to 41 percent of the complaints against women."
Of course, there could be underlying circumstances not accounted for in the study referenced in the article that don't qualify as "misconduct" that assist in the decision to fire an employee after they participate in misconduct.
I'm sure some of you monkeys have some insightful opinions on this matter, so let's hear them!
[Link to article ](http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/14/women-on-wall-st-pu...)
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