First generation gender bias infers that women were openly discriminated at workplace owing to the patriarchal nature of society and unwillingness to let go of traditional gender roles. With equality and discrimination, laws are becoming stronger and stringent. More cases of unequal treatment and discrimination at work emerged in global media. The first generation gender bias became weaker. However, it did not extinct in any sense, but became more innovative and discreet in its performance. This means second generation gender bias in which there may be absolute verbal support for the abolishment of glass ceiling, but in practice, it may be something different altogether. This second generation gender bias is so smart and creative in its influence that the women may not even feel the discrimination against her. This calls for a natural absence of glass ceiling because when women appear as victims, it is camouflaged for them to ignore the injustice. There may never raise a question of the existence of glass ceiling. Despite there are commissions and activists who are keen enough to notice the existence of glass ceiling in new ways.