"Glass Ceiling" Women Barriers in the Workforce
More women and minorities hold higher positions in the work force than ever before, although they are still held to lower management. The glass ceiling, according to the Department of Labor, is defined as "artificial barriers based on attitudinal or organization into management level positions" (Alic). The most invisible barrier that keeps women and minorities from reaching the executive suite is slowing changing in the world. Today more women that are highly motivated are reaching the executive suite. They are sacrificing sleep and recreation for the advancement and learning to play by "men's rules" in executive occupations. Men seem to be more comfortable with this type of approach (Henslin).
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