The term “glass ceiling” conjures images of an invisible and seemingly impenetrable barrier that keeps women from advancing above a certain hierarchy. An employee with many gradients of differences — gender plus sexual orientation, race, religion, ethnicity or disability — faces even greater constraints for both vertical and lateral shifts.
Whether you call it a 1420, a biodata form, or simply an “EBD”, anyone who has worked on a United States Agency for International Development-funded contract is well acquainted with the “contractor employee biographical data sheet.”
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