Sexism gone corporate

I do think there is an ‘unofficial’ glass ceiling for female officers. The whole upper echelon of Brunei society is dominated by males. Could it be that since it is these same people who determine who gets the top jobs, the disparity exists?


Has sexism in the country gone corporate? Such are the comments arising from this post at The Daily Brunei Resources seem to be more interesting than the post itself. Do a “glass ceiling” really exist in the Brunei workforce amongst women despite the fact that women perform better than males? Hear the stories from the common folk.

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