Why Can’t the Tech Industry Decode the Glass Ceiling for Women Executives?
The tech industry isn’t the only industry lacking in balanced representation of women in high-level roles, they’ve just been in the spotlight of late.
The tech industry has a reputation for helping the development of interesting ideas and new ways to deal with challenges. However that industry continues to struggle with a solution to the glass ceiling issues that are faced by women striving to move into an executive position. This white paper views common causes and symptoms of glass ceilings and how to help break down the glass ceiling in the tech industry.
Eric Bachman is a Principal with Zuckerman Law, where he is the Chair of the discrimination and retaliation practices. Bachman has served in senior positions at the U.S. Office of Special Counsel (OSC) and the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division. His wins include a $100 million settlement in a Title VII employment discrimination class action, a record-setting Whistleblower Protection Act settlement at OSC, and a $16 million class action settlement against a major grocery chain.
Washingtonian magazine named Bachman a Top Lawyer in Whistleblower Law, and the ABA Journal honored Glass Ceiling Discrimination Blog as one of the best legal blogs in the country.
Bachman holds extensive litigation experience, including trials in federal and state courts, and has also set important precedent on employment discrimination issues at the appellate level. Bachman litigates employment cases, including “glass ceiling” discrimination cases where an employee is denied a promotion because of their gender, race, national origin, religion or other protected characteristic.
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