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How supervisors can create a better work environment for deaf or hard-of-hearing employees
This article featuring GATE's Postdoctoral Fellow Camellia Bryan explores how supervisors can create a better work environment for deaf or hard-of-hearing employees.
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GATE Director Sarah Kaplan is quoted in an article about gender lens investing from Quatre95. Photo credits: Urbania's design team
Work-Life Juggling: Insights from a Female Entrepreneur in a Male-Dominated Field
GATE research is featured in this Worth Magazine article on 'Work-Life Juggling: Insights from a Female Entrepreneur in a Male-Dominated Field.'
Lauren Rivera: Are principals steering disabled children away from their schools?
This Chicago Tribune opinion piece highlights the pervasive disability discrimination in U.S. public schools, mentioning research by GATE Faculty Research Fellow András Tilcsik and colleagues.
‘We are being ignored:’ older women in Ontario struggle with rising cost of housing
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan speaks to Global News about how the high cost of living and housing in Ontario disproportionately affects older women.
Why gender analytics is good for business
The GA:P conference is highlighted in this Globe and Mail article on Gender Analytics.
All Together – The Role of Gender-based Analysis Plus in the Policy Process
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan spoke before the Standing Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology regarding the role of gender-based analysis plus in the policy process. Check out the full report to learn more.
How companies can best support observers as Ramadan begins
GATE Faculty Teaching Fellow Nouman Ashraf speaks to The Globe and Mail about ‘inclusion without intrusion' and how companies can best support observers as Ramadan begins.
Women Lead Here: a snapshot of executive gender diversity in corporate Canada
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan speaks to The Globe and Mail about gender-diverse leadership and the need to jolt the system with deliberate and meaningful changes.
Not a single large, public Canadian firm has closed the gender pay gap, study finds
GATE Director Sarah Kaplan speaks to The Globe and Mail about the systemic barriers that perpetuate pay inequity.