De-prioritize non-promotable tasks. According to this study by Harvard Business Review, women are more likely to receive office housework requests because they are most likely to say yes.
I learned about the term _office housework_a few years into my career, and it was an “aha” moment for me. Harvard Business Review defines it well:
“Office housework happens outside of the spotlight. Some is administrative work that keeps things moving forward, like taking notes or finding a time everyone can meet. Some is emotional labor (‘He’s upset — fix it.’). Some is work that’s important but undervalued, like initiating new processes or keeping track of contracts. This kind of assignment has to get done by someone, but it isn’t going to make that person’s career.”
Some examples of office housework:
According to this study by Harvard Business Review, women are more likely to receive office housework requests because they are most likely to say yes.
“Men accepted requests 51% of the time; women, 76% of the time.”
Office housework often consists of non-promotable tasks that consume time you could be spending on promotable work. Time is essential and limited. If you have been raising your hand for such tasks often, stop. It might be holding you back from doing “glamour” work.
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