Have you ever heard of glass ceiling? What is the glass ceiling? Where this term comes from? Glass ceiling is common term used on modern life to determine the functions of women in corporation. It is a description of how corporation treats women. What is the glass ceiling anyway? How we apply it on the modern era? The quest of managerial equity in most corporates in the modern world packed into certain value and then, it obstructs the way women achieve it even though they are qualified enough. The term glass ceiling was coined in a 1986 Wall Street Journal article for the first time and becomes an issue since then. A lot of people are talking about this matter and try to find out how to deal with it.
I’m not going to deny that majority of people know that what they thought is affected by society, education or even experience. Based on that kind of reason, there are perceptions created as result of those factors, which make us agree to something, that maybe they cannot, should not or will never. What it means exactly? It is simple case of study. You could take a look at things we do every morning. Most of us realize that the moment we wake, there will be another chance for you to do or to be something different. What I really mean here is about you expressing the idea, developing a new approach, or simply creating another perspective. This is what happens with glass ceiling in our society.
We never know it before until the article published at 1986. You started to tell yourself you needed to get realistic because of this perception. You started to see that women should not go higher than men because they simply put family matters first.
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