Sarah Kaplan tells The Globe and Mail about salary transparency and whether or not it is a useful tool in achieving pay equity.
Sarah Kaplan tells The National Post about why condo developers are opting to include daycares into their new developments.
GATE faculty research fellow András Tilcsik tells The Globe and Mail about blind hiring practices and the mixed results they can yield.
Gate faculty research fellow Sonia Kang's research is highlighted in this article on cover letters and social-identity-based impression management.
GATE faculty research fellows Sonia Kang and Nicola Lacetera's research is featured in this article about different methods of employee promotions and how they could benefit women.
(GATE) has received funding from Women and Gender Equality Canada for a two-year project, which will provide a roadmap for how Canada can lift the economy from the bottom up.
Recognizing GATE's report on artificial intelligence this article highlights the importance of using an equity-based lens in the tech sector.
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan discusses paid menstrual leave and some of its consequences in this Yahoo Finance article.
Making strides towards change: the Rotman School’s ongoing efforts to combat racism and promote diversity
GATE Faculty Teaching Fellow Nouman Ashraf talks about how the Rotman School is combatting racism.
GATE director Sarah Kaplan and her work on boardrooms and gender diversity is featured in this Globe and Mail article.