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  The Glass Ceiling by René Redwood - Human & Civil Rights / In Motion Magazine
Glass ceilings are the artificial barriers that deny women and minorities the opportunity to advance within their careers.
Glass Ceiling research reveals that women of all racial and ethnic groups are most likely to be employed in the service industries and in finance, real estate, wholesale and retail trade.
Glass ceilings in the business world are not an isolated feature of corporate architecture; rather they are held in place by the attitudes of society at large.
www.inmotionmagazine.com /glass.html   (3039 words)

 Bronx, New York Sex Discrimination Attorney :: Glass Ceiling :: Brooklyn, New York Employment Discrimination Lawyer
In 1995, the Federal Glass Ceiling Commission issued its report on the employment of women at the highest levels of business finding that within Fortune 1000 industrial and Fortune 500 companies, 95-97% of senior managers are male.
The glass ceiling phenomenon is often not limited to a single individual.
Glass ceiling cases are generally proven through the use of statistics, and in most cases there is potential for a class action on behalf of all women in the company.
www.ottingerlaw.com /lawyer-attorney-1180036.html   (252 words)

 What is the Glass Ceiling?
The term glass ceiling is most often applied in business situations in which women feel, either accurately or not, that men are deeply entrenched in the upper echelons of power, and women, try as they might, find it nearly impossible to break through.
The term glass ceiling became a permanent part of the American lexicon with a subsequent article in the Wall Street Journal published on 24 March 1986 by Carol Hymowitz and Timothy Schellhardt.
While many women insist that the glass ceiling is a real barrier to accessing male-dominated positions in business, many challengers say that it exists mostly because women choose to focus more of their time on family and, in the end, cannot dedicate as much time to their career.
www.wisegeek.com /what-is-the-glass-ceiling.htm   (557 words)

 Glass Ceilings: The Status of Women as Officials and Managers in the Private Sector   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The term "glass ceiling" is generally used to refer to instances where women and minorities have progressed within a firm but, despite their ambitions and qualifications, find it difficult to make the movement into key higher level management positions, or management positions at all.
The social disadvantage of these glass ceilings is the inability of the most qualified employees to move into the most important positions due to irrelevant criteria such as race or gender.
In examining glass ceilings, the odds ratio can be thought of as the odds of men being managers based on their employment in a promotion pool divided by the odds of women being managers based on their employment in the same promotion pool.
www.eeoc.gov /stats/reports/glassceiling/index.html   (7622 words)

 ESA-OFCCP Supported Programs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Glass Ceiling Commission, a 21 member bipartisan body, was mandated to study the opportunities for and artificial barriers to the advancement of women of all races and minority men into management and decision-making positions in corporate America.
The glass ceiling is defined by the Department of Labor as those artificial barriers based on attitudinal or organizational basis that prevent qualified minority men, and women of all races from advancing in their organization into executive level positions.
The glass ceiling is defined by the Department of Labor as those artificial barriers based on attitudinal or organizational bias that prevent qualified individuals from advancing in their organization into upper management positions.
www.dol.gov /esa/media/reports/ofccp/newgc.htm   (8903 words)

 The Glass Ceiling for African, Hispanic, and Asian Americans
The "glass ceiling" refers to the barriers that often confront Ethnic Americans and women in trying to reach the upper echelons of corporate America.
According to a 1995 study commissioned by the Federal Glass Ceiling Commission, 97% of the senior managers of the Fortune 1000 Industrial and Fortune 500 are white, and 95-97% are male.
Look to advance your career with a company that values workforce diversity and eliminating the Glass Ceiling.
www.ethnicmajority.com /glass_ceiling.htm   (350 words)

 Glass Ceiling
"Glass ceiling" is not intended for people who suspect they may be serious alcoholics.
Glass ceiling totally solved this problem for me -- and without my having to sacrifice the benefit and pleasure of alcohol.
Note: Glass ceiling was originally described in a message board post here.
everydaysystems.com /glassceiling   (712 words)

 Glass Ceiling | Metropolis Magazine | February/March 2000
Glass allows a structure, or at least parts of it, to seem to disappear or float in midair.
But glass rarely exhibits such enviable strength in practice, Varshneya adds, because "when you have a flaw in glass, it acts as a stress concentrator." He explains that any sheet of glass has countless "flaws," places where there is a space between two chains of glass atoms.
Glass companies can overcome the problem created by these flaws by toughening glass through a lengthy, expensive process that effectively creates an invisible shield on the surface of the glass.
www.metropolismag.com /html/content_0200/gla.htm   (3946 words)

 Not so much a glass ceiling as a glass cliff
Women who break through the glass ceiling in organisations are far more likely to be given difficult jobs than their male colleagues, psychologists have discovered.
Although women are beginning to break through the glass ceiling, there is this new wave of subtle sexism.
Via a survey on the 'glass cliff' effect on the BBC website, one man described it as 'crap science' and another said he was 'disgusted' by the research.
www.management-issues.com /display_page.asp?section=research&id=1501   (883 words)

 Institute for Women’s Leadership Glass Ceiling Survey Results
This is the reason for the next glass ceiling that is being encountered by women in leadership.
This next glass ceiling is the result of the lack of actual motivators that do motivate women being offered by organizations.
They cite that these women are dodging the glass ceiling by starting their own businesses.
www.womensleadership.com /archive/glassceilingresults.php   (969 words)

 Shattering the Glass Ceiling
Because glass is clear, those existing under such a ceiling might not, at first, even notice that a barrier was in place which separated them from higher levels.
Yet even if what such advocates of "equality" claimed about glass ceilings were true, they would not be justified in using immoral means to achieve a purportedly positive end.
The latest twist on this verbal sleight-of-hand comes in the form of the previously mentioned "glass ceiling." Some feminists state that this "under-representation" of women at the most rarified heights of business is a result of conscious decisions and overt anti-women prejudice on the part of company CEO's, presidents, and boards of directors.
home.earthlink.net /~rdmadden/webdocs/Shattering_the_Glass_Ceili.html   (1595 words)

 Use a Sledgehammer to Bust Through Your Glass Ceiling!
The glass ceiling was coined as a way to describe the problems that women and minorities experience when seeking equal pay and equal status.
Your glass ceiling may be made up of panes that say, "It's acceptable to manifest what you need but abundance is excessive." Or, maybe your belief is that if you have wealth, too many people will want something from you.
Or, maybe your glass ceiling is comprised of panes of painful memories of humiliation when you tried something new, hard, or different like a sport, a mathematical equation, or just the simple expression of your feelings.
www.creatavision.com /articles/law-attraction-glass-ceiling.htm   (2103 words)

 Amazon.com: Glass Walls: Reality & Hope Beyond the Glass Ceiling: Books: Jean Rostollan,Rhonda Levene   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
While a few have beaten the odds and broken through the glass ceiling, some, despite their achievement of executive rank, have become so disillusioned that they are exiting traditional corporate organizations altogether.
Glass Walls shares inspirational stories from women who have endured the Glass Wall phenomenon, descriptions of workplace factions, and survival tactics to help you navigate your career toward the success you dream about and deserve.
Glass Walls: Reality and Hope Beyond the Glass Ceiling by Jean Rostollan and Rhonda Levene is an engaging look into the continued marginalization of women and presents strategies and tactics that women can use in today's workplace.
www.amazon.com /Glass-Walls-Reality-Beyond-Ceiling/dp/1933285435   (2031 words)

 Wisconsin Bibliographies in Women's Studies: Glass Ceiling: A Selective Bibl. (Jesudason/Rother-Harris, 1995)
"The glass ceiling: are women and minorities blocked from the executive suite?" CQ RESEARCHER 3, Oct 29, '93, pp.
"The glass ceiling: are women and minorities blocked from the executive suite?" CQ RESEARCHER 3, O 29 '93, pp.
"Glass ceiling might as well be steel : barrier to women engineers from advancing to top positions." ENR 229, Sep 14 '92, p.
www.library.wisc.edu /libraries/WomensStudies/bibliogs/ceiling.html   (4469 words)

 Igasaki EEOCorner: The Glass Ceiling - Roadblock to Promotions
In fact, the reasons for the glass ceiling are much more complex than that.
And, as the federal glass ceiling study points out, it will be highly unusual when these leadership models are not defined, represented and fulfilled by a white male.
Glass Ceiling remedies are well within reach, but surveys show employees, employers and labor officials alike have work to do
www.imdiversity.com /Villages/Careers/articles/igasaki_glass_ceiling.asp   (2041 words)

 Glass Ceiling
A Yahoo search for "glass ceiling" in the Government category will lead you to the Web site, The Glass Ceiling.
Access the catalog of U.S. Governement Publicationssince the Glass Ceiling Commission produced a government report.
Submit the search "glass ceiling." Nine results were produced on October 23, 1998.
www.csudh.edu /dearhabermas/glass.htm   (162 words)

 History - Break the Glass Ceiling Foundation - History
The concept "Glass Ceiling" originally was first used in 1986, when 2 Wall Street Journal reporters coined the phrase to describe the invisible and artificial barriers that impeded women from advancing to senior leadership positions in organizations.
Since then, the metaphor of the glass ceiling has also come to be applied to the advancement of minorities, deaf, blind, disabled, and sexual minorities.
It is unmistakable that ceilings and walls exist throughout most workplaces for minorities and women.
www.breaktheglassceiling.com /history.htm   (242 words)

 Glass Flush Mount Ceiling Lighting - Brand Lighting
These ceiling luminaires are suitable for use in either dry or damp interior locations.
The glass diffusers are retained in the fitters by bayonet mounting (twist and lock).
The glass diffuser is retained in the fixture fitter by bayonet mounting (twist and lock) so that there are no visible set screws.
www.brandlighting.com /ceiling_flush_glass.html   (1134 words)

 USATODAY.com - 'The Apprentice' exposes reality of glass ceiling   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Like unsuspecting birds crashing into a windowpane, all the women but one have crashed into the glass ceiling of The Apprentice, one of the most watched prime-time shows on network TV last week.
Women always have been challenged to prove that the ceiling even exists, so we turn to statistics: About 50% of law school graduates are women, but they represent less than 17% of partners in the major law firms.
Like a window that birds cannot see until they crash into it, the glass ceiling often is invisible to women until they hit it.
www.usatoday.com /news/opinion/editorials/2004-04-04-herrera_x.htm   (712 words)

 Re: Glass Ceiling
In Reply to: Origin of Glass Ceiling posted by Berta Riley on June 10, 2000
Alice Sargent, a Fortune 500 consultant and author of 'The Androgynous Manager,' told the 'Washington Post' in 1987 that 'women in corporate America are 'bumping their heads on the glass ceiling.
Women are looking up at the top and not making it into the board room or the executive suites.' Women are not alone in discovering the barrier; minority males have experienced the same prejudicial treatment.
www.phrases.org.uk /bulletin_board/5/messages/295.html   (133 words)

 Boardroom glass ceiling
Val Singh, the report's co-author, said: "The research highlights a glass door to the executive boardroom with a significant lack of women in the senior executive committee, the next generation of female executive and non-executive directors."
But one reason for this, she said, is that the 2003 Higgs report on corporate governance has led to a reduction in executive directorships and hence more competition for the fewer executive seats.
"The research highlights a glass door to the executive boardroom, with a significant lack of women in the senior executive committee, the next generation of female executive and non-executive directors.
www.management-issues.com /2006/11/8/research/britains-glass-ceiling-gets-thicker.asp   (684 words)

 Are Women Happy Under The Glass Ceiling? - Forbes.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Even before The Wall Street Journal coined the term "glass ceiling" 20 years ago, researchers debated why women seldom reach the highest ranks in business.
About 70% of women and 57% of men believe an invisible barrier--a glass ceiling--prevents women from getting ahead in business, according to a study of 1,200 executives in eight countries, including the U.S., Australia, Austria and the Philippines.
Even if most women don't want to break the glass ceiling, Wolfe says, the few that do shouldn't be ignored.
www.forbes.com /ceonet/2006/03/07/glass-ceiling-opportunities--cx_hc_0308glass.html   (883 words)

 Feminism and Women's Studies: The Glass Ceiling
In doing the research for this paper, I was struck by the picture that was revealed to me about what it means to be a woman living in the United States as we approach the next century.
The potential is there for women to achieve an equal footing with men, but the social mores and male attitudes make an effective barrier to women rising above a certain point; this tendency brings to mind a glass ceiling.
Because it is invisible until one reaches its border, women believe that equal rights can become a reality for them, but until that ceiling caves in, women will continue to be second-class citizens despite changes in the law and despite successful litigation.
eserver.org /feminism/the-glass-ceiling.txt   (3361 words)

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 Glass Ceiling Commission (1991-1996)
Available in the Catherwood Library at HD 4903.5 U6 U585.) The department's Glass Ceiling Commission (1991-1996) studied these barriers not only as they apply to women, but as they apply to minorities as well.
Glass Ceiling Commission - The Glass Ceiling in Different Sectors of the Economy: Differences Between Government, Non-profit, and For-profit Organizations, Lynn C. Burbridge
Glass Ceiling Commission - The Impact of the Glass Ceiling and Structural Change on Minorities and Women, Lois B. Shaw, Dell P. Champlin, Roberta M. Spalter-Roth, and Heidi I. Hartmann
digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu /glassceiling   (468 words)

 Light Blue Glass Ceiling Light Fixture
It has a clear glass rim around the top that has six raised bows around the edge.
It also has a glass ball finial on the bottom.
The wiring is new and it is in mint condition.
www.goantiques.com /detail,light-blue-glass,1281164.html   (86 words)

 The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
It is filled with 1,600 pieces of glass from Chihuly’s spectacular series, including Sea Tubes, Hornballs, Persians, and Putti in a variety of shapes and colors.
Here children and adults can sit on a large, round, revolving platform, gaze at the ceiling overhead and discuss what they see.
Families can also create their own sculptures with colorful plastic-like shapes call polyvitro and blow glass virtually or explore the hot shop and the glassblowing process on two computer screens.
www.childrensmuseum.org /themuseum/fireworks_ofglass/ceiling.htm   (118 words)

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