Would you wear a sari to a job interview? How about deadlocks at a board meeting? For thousands of young professional women, displaying ethnic pride at work can be a career-defining decision.
In Marie Claire's March issue, we investigate the inevitable trade-off for women who struggle to maintain professional reputations unfettered by their strong religious or cultural identities a concern now common among the newest generation of female go-getters.
In fact, despite working in office that claim to embrace diversity, many young professional women with overtly ethnic names or appearances face pressure to conform more than their male counterparts, who don't have to reconcile, say, saris or head coverings with a suit-and-tie office culture.
So, what do you think? Take the poll, and see how your stance compares to other women.