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    Describe three factors that can impede women's movement into senior executive ranks. What should be the basis (criterion used) for promotion up the corporate ladder? How can husbands support and contribute executive women's development and upward mobility? If men do, are they to be perceived as "wimps"?

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    Describe three factors that can impede women's movement into senior executive ranks.
    Women moving into senior executive ranks can be impeded by the following three factors:
    1) Work-Life Balance or Quality of Work-Life.
    The balance between work life and home has always been an issue when it comes to women having a career. The corporate social responsibility and the responsibility of home life and family are two pressures that women have had to cope with when it comes to a career. Now, many employers offer flexible schedules, work-at-home, and dependent care at work, but these are still few and far between. There needs to be a balance between work, family, and the woman herself. If these needs aren't met, then it makes it very difficult for the woman to be successful. Organizations view meeting these balances as interference from the family, or personal time and they want someone who will be devoted only to the company 24/7. This is why many women are not moved into senior positions. Professional women will experience anxiety, fatigue, and ...

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