A Study on Glass Ceiling and its impact on the career development of women at workplace
Author(s):
N.Hima Bindu
Keywords:
Glass ceiling, good scholastics, women career advancement.
Abstract
Increasing opportunities for women are less when compared to men which implicates significant gender favouritism for growing opportunities in organizations. The study is aimed at attaining the facts and guidelines in organizations that assures the equal employment opportunity for the employees’ especially for the women. There are so many women who are very talented, expressive, problem solving, foster, critical analyser, stress managing as compare to men but unfortunately not able to prove themselves. For the decades, it has been seen that the presence of women in senior managerial positions is very low in spite of having good scholastics, plethora of knowledge, quality and efficiency and this happens only due to the barriers like mental blockage or prejudices and glass ceiling phenomenon. ’The glass ceiling is a strong narrow hindrance of transparent nature intercepts women from hiking up the corporate ladder. The paper attempts to identify factors which contribute to the glass ceiling in turn affect women career advancement and targets at finding out which factor contribute more hindrance to the career advancement opportunity for women.
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Unique Paper ID: 153813

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 8

Page(s): 94 - 98
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