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Are Men Harder to Motivate than Women? New Survey Says "Yes" The differences between men and women extend all the way to how they perceive rewards. So says a recent study done by The Nierenberg Group, a New York-based management consulting firm, in conjunction with New York University's Management Institute.

The survey revealed that slightly more than half (51 percent) of women employees felt that they are always rewarded for a job well done, while only 34 percent of men employees fel

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