Mapping the Glass Ceiling

Mapping the Glass Ceiling College-educated men, meanwhile, continue getting raises until about age 48, when their pay plateaus at about $ 95000. That means there seems to be a glass ceiling of sorts for men, too, although it’s not clear why employers stop giving them raises at … Read more […]

The Glass Ceiling Commission

The Glass Ceiling Commission Many people don’t realize the term “glass ceiling” was coined in a 1986 Wall Street Journal article. It described invisible barriers women and minorities must face on their rise up the proverbial corporate ladder. Once it was out there, there was no going back; and as […]

Glass Ceiling

Glass Ceiling The glass ceiling. You’ve heard the term before. It refers to the invisible limit placed on women in the corporate world. Given the political structure and the nature of power struggles, territoriality, and primal instincts that bleed into the corporate world, a woman’s rise to a level commensurate […]

Shatter Your Glass Ceiling With an Internet Business

Shatter Your Glass Ceiling With an Internet Business Here is an irrefutable fact of life-if you are an employee, there is a glass ceiling looming severely over everything you do. It doesn’t matter what industry you work in, what company you work for, or what job you do. If you […]

Shatter The Glass Ceiling – Don’t Just Break It

Shatter The Glass Ceiling – Don’t Just Break It More than likely you have heard the term, The Glass Ceiling. Today it refers to the level in a business organization that females and minorities are not able to reach because of their sex or race. This “glass ceiling” cannot be […]

Glass Ceilings in Advertising

Women are well represented in the advertising industry – I should know, I worked in that space for a number of years as a Copywriter.  And there are many powerful women within their own domains. But at the senior levels there is still a challenge in women breaking through the […]

Women in Pharma – Are They?

Just came across a great article in Forbes about that state of play for women in the pharmaceutical industry. “In the end there’s a small cohort of men who have to be comfortable working with you” in order for you to make it to the very top in this industry. I recall […]

Women on Boards ??

“You could be forgiven for thinking women have not just broken through the glass ceiling, but smashed it to bits, melted it down and had it recast into nameplates for their executive suites.” wrote Daniel Hatch in The West Australian recently. Kudos to Daniel for a great turn of phrase! Regrettably, it’s […]