Emotional labor refers to the unpaid, often invisible work that employees must do to keep other people happy. This type of work disproportionately falls on women employees, leading to burnout, decreased engagement, and lost productivity.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is often known informally as the LDS Church or Mormon Church. The first major religious group born in America and not derived from a colonial population, the LDS Church spread quickly with the migration of church members to Utah and surrounding states.
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.