In this myGrapevine+ feature we dive into groundbreaking new research revealing:
That attractiveness pays off at work, with beautiful people more likely to get hired, receive better performance evaluations and paid more
Why this might be and how such a ‘beauty bias’ manifests in practice
What employers can do to level the playing field
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