Does diversity training work? GATE Faculty Research Fellow Sonia Kang joins the Toronto Star to discuss the limitations of diversity training.
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan speaks to the Toronto Star about the potential unintended consequences of menstrual leave policies.
Tech is facing a wave of layoffs, and diversity-and-inclusion experts say the downsizing could ‘undo what little progress has been made’
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan speaks to Business Insider about the incoming wave of tech layoffs and how it could negatively impact diversity in the workplace.
Towards a Caring Economy. New Report from GATE Highlights Issues Surrounding the Future of the Care Economy
A new report, Care Work in the Recovery Economy: Towards a Caring Economy, from GATE highlights key issues about a post-COVID-19 society where care is centred and provides considerations and research questions for care policies and care research.
Daphné Baldassari, chercheuse-doctorante à GATE, discute avec Radio Canada des conséquences économiques de la restriction du droit à l’avortement pour les femmes.
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan speaks to CBC about the additional benefits some companies are offering their employees in response to the abortion ban.
GATE Faculty Research Fellow András Tilcsik's research was featured in this article about how socioeconomic status can shape our working lives.
This BadCredit article highlights the various research GATE has done related to the gender wage gap and wage inequality.
GATE Faculty Teaching Fellow Nouman Ashraf speaks to CBC about what employers and colleagues can do to accommodate Muslim employees during Ramadan.
GATE Faculty Research Fellow Sonia Kang speaks about a range of evidence-backed ways to create more diverse and inclusive workplaces.