Researchers discover that during venture capitalist question and answer sessions investors are more likely to ask promotion questions to men entrepreneurs and prevention questions to women entrepreneurs, impacting funding allocation.
Evidence from this study suggests that the structure of performance evaluations can considerably affect how men and women are evaluated, and consequently, how they are rewarded.
In this study, evidence suggests that engineering education socializes women engineers into reproducing its norms and values, which upholds gender inequality in the profession.
It's important to acknowledge the unequal workplace outcomes on the basis of intersectionality, such as the gendered and racialized wage gap. Here are a few ways we can address these inequalities.
The growing participation rates of women in the workforce have been accompanied by increasing demand for childcare services. Those services, however, are proving inadequate. Here's how organizations can do better.
Canada lags behind other developed countries with regard to female representation on corporate boards and in management leadership. Here are six concrete steps we can take to close the gender gap in leadership.
Depending on how it's calculated, the gender wage gap in Canada ranges from 95 cents to 70 cents. Here's what organizations and governments can do to help eradicate it.
Sexual harassment and violence at work remain a prominent issue. Due to fear of professional retaliation however, it is often underreported. Here are a few ways to help combat it and increase reporting.
Research indicates that parental leave policies have differential effects depending on family income, with low-income families less likely to take full advantage of parental leave benefits.
In 2017, 90% of mothers took maternity leave, but only 12% of fathers took or intended to take paternity leave. Why? To shed light on the implications of paternity leaves and fatherhood, we hosted a scholarly discussion during our 3rd Annual Research Roundtable.