The unfortunates on the sticky floor are worse off than women or blacks who hit a glass ceiling
In some cases, it may be easier for women to "make" their own ceiling by creating new organizations than to try to "break" a glass ceiling
erected by others.
The perception of a glass ceiling
is not as prevalent among LGBT workers aspiring to leadership roles; 21 percent feel there is a barrier to leadership at their organization, slightly less than the national average.
Since the term was popularized in the 1980s, the glass ceiling
has become a significant concept in the American workplace.
Unfortunately, breaking the glass ceiling
does not appear to be a high priority for health care organizations.
Their first app, Glass Ceiling
, was released May 24th, 2013.
They address the debate about whether there still exists a glass ceiling
and provide insight on the real situation facing women and their experiences.
That is ineffective and ensures that stereotypes abound and that the glass ceiling
for gays on network television not only exists but thickens.
Today, we talk about the glass ceiling
that exists for top black corporate executives, Aunt Freddie broke the glass ceiling
just by getting accepted to Hunter.
However, Anise's nice home is really just a house; her meteoric rise in corporate America has slammed into not just a glass ceiling
but a cement one; and her once fairy tale marriage has suddenly become rocky and unhappy.
Beverly Malone, general secretary of the Royal College of Nursing, said: "Nurses need to know they are going into a career where there is not a glass ceiling
they end up hitting at an early stage.
It's not a glass ceiling
for cable companies in Europe--it's a concrete ceiling.
These scaly climbers can scuttle nimbly across a polished glass ceiling
Lokey, current Mills MBA student Jackie Antig climbed a ladder and broke a six-foot by 12-foot glass ceiling
made from Hollywood-style breakaway glass.
NEW YORK, April 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Law360 is excited to announced its Glass Ceiling
Report: 2014, an analysis of gender equality at U.