Effect of Glass Ceiling on the Earning Factor: A Case of UK

  • Liqun Qian Western Carolina University, USA.
  • John Watson Western Carolina University, USA.
  • Tony Bell Rutgers University, USA.

Abstract

The aim of this research has been to examine the impact of glass ceiling on the earning factor. The case of organisations that are operating in UK have considered in this study. The use of quantitative research design has been made in this study along with primary data collection through survey questionnaire. The data was analysed through Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) model on SmartPLS. It has been found that beliefs, culture, policy, self-perception and willingness to work have a significant and positive effect on earning factor, whereas ability to work, work-life balance and stereotypes were found to have insignificant effect on earning factor. The entire study was based on UK, thus the scope of this research has been more broad and generalised, as all those organisations that are operating in UK have been assessed. However, future researchers can narrow down the research scope to any particular industry or organisation to provide more concise and conclusive results.
Keywords: Glass ceiling, Earning factor.
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Qian, L., Watson, J., & Bell, T. (2020, June 25). Effect of Glass Ceiling on the Earning Factor: A Case of UK. International Journal of Applied Economics, Finance and Accounting, 7(1), 1-9. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.33094/8.2017.2020.71.1.9
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