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Presence of glass ceiling practices in local privet business organizations of Bangladesh and factor responsible for glass ceiling

Presence of glass ceiling practices in local privet business organizations of Bangladesh and factor responsible for glass ceiling

Submitted to:

Taskina Ali

Assistant Professor

School of Business

United International University

Submitted by:

Dominic Halder ID: 111083156

Kuntal Blaise D Costa ID: 111091082

Mir Mehedi Hasan ID: 111092086

Md. Masud Rana Choudhury ID: 111092090

Submission date: 21th August, 2011

UNITED INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY

August 21, 2011

Taskina Ali

Assistant Professor

School of Business

United International University

Sub: Request to Accept the Term Paper

Dear Madam,

It is a great pleasure for us to submit the report on “Presence of glass ceiling practices in local privet business organizations of Bangladesh and factor responsible for glass ceiling”. We have prepared this report as a partial fulfillment of the course “Human Resource Management” (Course Code: MGT-3122) and for academic purpose.

We have tried our best to fulfill the requirements of this course; we prepared this one through a process. By preparing the report we have learned a great deal of knowledge and which will help us in our practical life.

We will be obliged, if you kindly accept this report. We will be glad to answer questions, if you have any.

Sincerely Yours

Dominic Halder

On the behalf of the group

ID. 111083156

Section: A

Department of Business Administration

United International University

Table of Content

|Particulars |Page No: | | | | |Executive Summery |05 | |Introduction |06 | |Origin of the report |06 | |Purpose of the report |07 | |Methodology |07 | |Limitation of study |08 | |Literature review |09 | |Background Information |10 | |Findings and Analysis |12-16 | |Suggestion & Conclusion |17 | |Reference |18 |

Executive summary

Worldwide, individual women have been breaking through the glass ceiling. Since the year 2000, New Zealand has appointed its first woman prime minister; the first woman became president of Central Bank in Finland; the former president of Ireland became the first woman Commissioner of Human Rights in the United Nations; and the World Health Organization has its first woman Director-general the former prime minister of...
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