The Glass Ceiling commonly refers to impediments to career growth and upward mobility in organizations owing to racial and gender biases. The study undertaken on this phenomenon has reflected different behavior patterns for different factors leading to the glass ceiling effect. This paper focuses specifically on gender and analyzes the behavior pattern of women in Pakistani society. We have also analyzed the impediments and pressures that have resulted in creating a Glass Ceiling for women in higher management.
Gender issues, Higher management, Women, Leadership
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Shoaib, S., Khan, R. S., & Khan, S. A. (2010). The glass ceiling effect: A Pakistani perspective. Business Review, 5(1), 79-90. Retrieved from https://doi.org/10.54784/1990-6587.1258
March 05, 2021
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