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2321-5763 (Online)
0976-495X (Print)


Author(s): Anchal Malhotra, Aradhana Malhotra, Puneet Jolly

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DOI: 10.52711/2321-5763.2022.00013   

Address: Anchal Malhotra, Aradhana Malhotra, Puneet Jolly
Assistant Professor, Guru Nanak Khalsa Institute of Technology and Management- Technical Campus, Yamunanagar (Haryana)
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Published In:   Volume - 13,      Issue - 1,     Year - 2022


ABSTRACT:
In recent years, women and in addition gender orientation issues have transform into a noteworthy zone of concern. Classes, workshops are being held over the world to talk about women issues and women movement in all regions of life.Glass-Ceiling’ is that buzzword which traditionally was not a barrier to individual as such, but it was a barrier to women. Thus ‘Glass-ceiling’ is that kind of intangible barrier that is a great hindrance within a hierarchy of any organization which hinders the growth path of women in achieving top positions in workplace. The glass ceiling effect, which refers to the barriers that stop women from advancing to the top positions in their organizations. It is a form of gender discrimination. The present study is carried out to analyze the intent of the glass ceiling in the workspaces in IT sector in 02 cities of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh State, i.e., Gurugram and Noida (NCR Region). This study was conducted with the help of primary data through the recording of responses of 215 respondents working in public and private IT Sector companies of the selected areas. The primary data has been collected with the help of a well-structured questionnaire. This study will be helpful for the research scholars and the decision makers in knowing the presence of the glass ceiling in the IT sector.


Cite this article:
Anchal Malhotra, Aradhana Malhotra, Puneet Jolly. A Study to Analyze the level of “Glass Ceiling – The Invisible Barrier” as a Hindrance in Women Career Advancement in it sector with Special Reference to Gurugram and Noida (NCR Region). Asian Journal of Management. 2022;13(1):69-6. doi: 10.52711/2321-5763.2022.00013

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Anchal Malhotra, Aradhana Malhotra, Puneet Jolly. A Study to Analyze the level of “Glass Ceiling – The Invisible Barrier” as a Hindrance in Women Career Advancement in it sector with Special Reference to Gurugram and Noida (NCR Region). Asian Journal of Management. 2022;13(1):69-6. doi: 10.52711/2321-5763.2022.00013   Available on: https://ajmjournal.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2022-13-1-13


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