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Glass Ceiling

What is Glass Ceiling?

The glass ceiling symbolizes the intangible divide that prohibits women and minorities from rising to levels of leadership and executive in businesses. This term was first used in the 1980s to reflect the limitations placed on women in the workplace. However, it has since been expanded to encompass racial and ethnic minorities who are still at a disadvantage when moving up the corporate ladder.

How HR can help reduce this terminological taboo persistent in the US for common good?

For the common good of the people residing and working in the US, HR departments of the organizations working towards the goal completion of the employers’ mission and vision, the glass ceiling taboo can be reduced if not completely eliminated at once through: