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An invisible barrier that keeps qualified people (usually women and minorities) from advancing to higher positions in the workplace.
Although invisible, the glass ceiling is very real and has an impact on mental and physical well-being. Having conversations about how the glass ceiling operates and taking steps to reduce unconscious bias when hiring is a step in the right direction. Regular sensitivity training and bringing in a diversity and inclusion expert is another way to ensure that organisations actually walk the talk.
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