GATE Director Sarah Kaplan speaks to Fast Company about how recent tech layoffs can disproportionately affect women and people of color.
Do in-office workers have an advantage over remote counterparts? GATE's report on the future of work was featured in this HR Reporter article.
GATE Faculty Research Fellow András Tilcsik's research was featured in a Forbes India article on social class, the wage gap, and diversity and inclusion efforts.
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan spoke to CBC News about the importance of diversity when awarding the Order of Canada.
GATE's Senior Research Associate Carmina Ravanera spoke to BNN Bloomberg about flexible work and how cheaper child-care can give women workers a boost.
GATE's report, The Future of Work: Will Remote Work Help or Hinder the Pursuit of Equality, was featured in The Varsity.
GATE's Director Sarah Kaplan speaks to CTV News about how companies are offering fertility benefits as a way to attract and retain a diverse talent pool.
GATE's report, The Future of Work: Will Remote Work Help or Hinder the Pursuit of Equality, was featured in AACSB's research roundup of December 2022.
GATE's Faculty Research Fellow (on leave) Kate Bezanson has been hired as a special adviser to the prime minister focusing on gender, rights, and social, economic and legal issues.
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan speaks to Canadian Business about "The Great Breakup" between women workers and their noninclusive work environments.