Sonia Kang's and András Tilcsik's research on resumé whitening is featured in this DAILY SABAH perspective piece.
Webinar: What it means for organizations to build back better after COVID-19. Professors Sarah Kaplan and Soo Min Toh discuss the inequalities in the current workforce highlighted by the crisis.
This brief examines how hiring managers' exposure to violent crime events affects their decisions to hire Black job applicants with and without a criminal record.
GATE MBA Fellow, Pablo Nazé, is featured as a 2020 MBA to watch in Poets & Quants.
GATE's primer on the gendered impacts of COVID-19 is featured in The Hill Times' piece examining how recovery without effective, equitable child care may result in a shrinking of the female workforce.
Academy of Management
A summary of Rachael Goodman and Sarah Kaplan's research examining how women's ability to engage in paid work is obstructed by pre-existing domestic burdens, which extract a heavy toll on women’s time and energy.
Rotman MBA Student, Sophie Duncan, is featured as a 2020 MBA to watch in Poets & Quants and recognizes GATE's speaker series as an MBA event highlight!
In this piece for the Globe and Mail, Sonia Kang comments on reassessing gender norms after the COVID-19 pandemic and how female leaders have made a lasting impression on Canadians during this pandemic.
GATE PhD research fellow, Daphné Baldassari, chats with ICI Radio-Canada Première about the gendered impacts of COVID-19.
Sarah Kaplan writes about what it means for businesses to ‘build back better’ after COVID-19.