Findings on Glass Ceiling Initiative
Secretary Martin discussed the Department of Labor’s study on the "glass ceiling", a term for the supposed limit to which women and… read more
Secretary Martin discussed the Department of Labor’s study on the "glass ceiling", a term for the supposed limit to which women and minorities in the workplace can rise in status. The study included nine Fortune 500 companies that the Labor Department studied for the past year, scrutinizing such areas as employment, promotional practices, and the number of women and minorities in management positions. close
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