Latest office politics row sees exam chiefs telling male civil servants they must stop ‘hepeating’


You may – or may not – have come to terms with such workplace sins as ‘mansplaining’ or ‘microaggressions’.

But now there’s a new offence in the minefield of office politics: ‘hepeating’.

The term has been coined to describe the act of a man hijacking an idea previously suggested by a woman – then getting all the credit for it. And now civil servants have been warned not to do it.

'Hepeating' has been coined to describe the act of a man hijacking an idea previously suggested by a woman ¿ then getting all the credit for it (stock photo used)

‘Hepeating’ has been coined to describe the act of a man hijacking an idea previously suggested by a…



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