There is a common perception that employees with families are less committed to their work than single, childless employees. This study looks at how single, childless workers in fact report lower absorption in their work than those with other family structures.
This study indicates that due to social identity threat, women engineers experience mental exhaustion at a much higher rate than men engineers.
This session featured three presentations about women and finance from professors Claire Célérier, Laura Doering, and Avni Shah, with a conversation moderated by Jacqueline Thorpe. | October 07, 2019
Sarah Kaplan discussed her latest book: a comprehensive playbook for leaders who want to move beyond the business case for social responsibility and foster innovative business model transformation. | September 26, 2019
McCarthy Uniforms is a uniform supplier to schools, sports teams, municipalities, and businesses. This case study focuses on how the leadership team used gender-based analysis to identify growth opportunities in a turnaround strategy to save McCarthy Uniforms from bankruptcy.
This case study examines Amazon Studios' Trans-Affirmative Action Program on the set of "Transparent," which aimed to hire, train, and support trans people at every level of the production, showing the systemwide effort that must be undertaken to make workplace inclusion effective.
Speaking to Salt Lake City Weekly, Sarah Kaplan examines the connections between mansplaining and fansplaining.
L’éditorial de Sarah Kaplan, qui explique le « mansplaining » et ce que les organisations peuvent faire pour le combattre, paraît dans le Huffington Post.
Dans le Huffington Post Sarah Kaplan fait des commentaires sur la nouvelle gamme de produits de Pepsico, telle que «Lady Doritos», destinée aux consommatrices.
Sarah Kaplan discute dans le Huffington Post comment l'intelligence artificielle est utilisée pour lutter contre les préjugés sur le lieu de travail.