عنوان مقاله [English]
The purpose of this study was to investigate the barriers of women's progress into management positions and relationship between social factors with promotion in the organizations. This study is practical descriptive. The research population comprises organization staff in the field of Youth and Sports to 216 people. The sample was selected using Morgan’s table in a relatively stratified random sampling to be 136 individuals. And questionnaire women's barriers to progress (mogimi, 1390) have been used and its validity was approved and the reliability was obtained through Cronbach’s alpha to be 0.658. The results indicate that gender, sexism, leader support, family support, and the existence of a glass ceiling has an impact on the progress of women into positions of management. But the effect of the conflict between work and family was not observed in the progress of women into positions of management. The results indicate that there is a positive significant relationship between gender and gender discrimination and women’s promotion to the position of management in organizations. In addition, there is also a positive significant relationship between the elimination of conflict between work and family and also family support and women’s promotion to management positions in organizations.