What Is The Glass Ceiling?
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The “glass ceiling” is a metaphor for an invisible boundary that women are unlikely or unable to cross in a workplace culture dominated by men. Specifically, the glass ceiling refers to women’s barriers in ascending to higher management and leadership positions, due to overt or covert bias.
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