GATE Director Sarah Kaplan is mentioned by the Financial Post as part of a group of women who are professionals in practice and play a leadership role within their organizations.
GATE's Executive-in-Residence Vanessa Iarocci writes about her experience turning around an insolvent apparel provider and her new leadership role in education.
The Future of Work. New Report from Institute for Gender and the Economy Looks at Remote Work and the Pursuit of Equality.
A new report from GATE looks at who has benefited from remote and hybrid work models and what organizations and governments can do to ensure those currently disadvantaged by the current models can also benefit.
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan speaks to Canadian Business about "The Great Breakup" between women workers and their noninclusive work environments.
Sarah Kaplan spoke before the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology on September 28, 2022, regarding the role of gender-based analysis plus in the policy process.
GATE Faculty Research Fellow András Tilcsik's research was highlighted in this Forbes article about the pay gap and how it intersects with class.
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan speaks to Marketplace about how unconcious bias could be a factor in job layoffs.
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan speaks to TechWire about how firms can level the playing field for marginalized groups during layoffs.
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan speaks to Canadian Business about unconscious bias in the field of investing, and how redesigning the system is a better way to incorporate women.
Two years after signing BlackNorth Initiative, majority of companies have failed to make substantial progress on diversity, survey shows
GATE Faculty Research Fellow Sonia Kang speaks to the Globe and Mail about the shortcomings of many companies in relation to diversity and inclusion initiatives.