By Erin Wiley • August 19, 2009•Other Career Issues
According to a new study, administered at the University of New Mexico Anderson School of Management, women have imposed their own glass ceiling, reports MSNBC. The study shows that female managers are more than three times more likely to underrate their bosses' opinions of their job performance, in contrast with men holding similar management positions.
The study also found that middle-aged and senior women were further off-base than their younger female counterparts in assessing their value to their bosses. This study was presented this week at the annual meeting of the Academy of Management. To read the full conclusions of the study and for more details on how the study was conducted click here.