Sarah Kaplan speaks to Global News about the footnote in the CUSMA agreement that could impact protections for LGBTQ+ individuals in the workplace.
Sarah Kaplan explains in The Niagara Independent why Bill 3, Ontario’s proposed Pay Transparency Act, is unnecessary and, if implemented, unlikely to succeed.
Journalist Gemma Hartley detailed how the thankless day-to-day anticipating of needs and solving of problems is feeding gender inequality. | December 03, 2018
Faculty Research Fellow Sonia Kang speaks to The Varsity about a recent report highlighting gender imbalances in academia.
For the 16 Days Against Gender-Based Violence, we co-hosted with The Citizen Lab a discussion about the perils of the digital world–and what we can do about it. | November 27
For our 3rd annual Research Roundtable, we convened research scholars to discuss the latest findings on gender and the economy, including key insights on work-family conflict and parental leave policies.
Researchers find that harassment is often used as an equalizer against female supervisors; indicating that harassment is about control and domination, not sexual desire.
Research indicates that gender-neutral policies actually led to higher tenure rates among men and lower tenure rates among women, widening the promotion gap in academia.
In collaboration with The Bank of Montreal (BMO) and Bain & Company, The Letters @ Rotman and GATE hosted a case competition with over 50 Rotman MBA students to strengthen LGBTQ2+ diversity and inclusion efforts at BMO.
Sarah Kaplan spoke to Hon. Patty Hajdu at Rotman about pay equity legislation, and other initiatives by the Canadian government. | October 31, 2018