As more women assume supervisory and managerial roles, another manifestation of gender bias in the workplace is troubling some of them: bias by subordinates.

Management-side employment law firm Fisher & Phillips associate Bailey Bifoss, who recently wrote on the topic, said the issue comes up frequently these days in her San Francisco Bay Area practice, as a growing number of women establish companies or take leadership roles in the technology industry there, although the problem isn’t specific to the industry.

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