Cracking the Glass Ceiling: Factors Affecting Women's Advancement in to Upper Management
Academy of Management Executive
Academy of Management
Worldwide, women are entering the workforce in greater numbers than ever before. No longer is the "typical worker" a man whose wife stays home to care for the children so that he can focus on his career. In the United States alone, more than half of all women are employed today. In the years ahead, half of the people entering the workforce are expected to be female.
Bennett, Rebecca J., "Cracking the Glass Ceiling: Factors Affecting Women's Advancement in to Upper Management" (2002). ADVANCE Library Collection. Paper 50.
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