Glass ceiling

The glass ceiling effect is a problem in HR that refers to an invisible but real barrier that prevents employees from advancing in their careers, especially women. This effect can manifest itself in many ways, from lack of access to promotions and leadership positions to lack of recognition for their work and contributions. To counteract the glass ceiling effect, companies should focus on creating equal opportunities for all employees, regardless of gender. In addition, companies should focus on creating a diverse and inclusive culture that encourages employees to express their ideas and share their experiences. By taking these steps, companies can ensure that all employees have the same opportunities for career advancement and are recognized for their individual contributions.

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