According to new survey data, men aren’t always comfortable interacting with women on the job. Over half (60%) of male managers said that they are uncomfortable mentoring, working alone with, or socializing with a female colleague in light of #MeToo. This represents a 14% increase from last year. Elsewhere, senior-level men are 12 times more likely to express hesitance to have a working dinner with a junior-level female than a comparable male worker. They are five times more likely to hesitate to travel on business with a junior-level woman. These attitudes seem to be reflected in behavior. One survey of Women in the Workplace found that women receive less day-to-day support and access to senior leaders than men. Read the full article.