A 2017 Canadian study revealed that 64% of women and 53% of men believe that sexual harassment happens at their workplace. Organizations face a legal, moral, and business imperative to prevent sexual harassment of their employees, but is anti-sexual harassment training the right tool to do so?
There is a common perception that employees with families are less committed to their work than single, childless employees. This study looks at how single, childless workers in fact report lower absorption in their work than those with other family structures.
This study indicates that due to social identity threat, women engineers experience mental exhaustion at a much higher rate than men engineers.
We know that workplace gender inequality exists between men and women, but what does it mean for those who identify as transgender or nonbinary? Here's an overview of research on trans and nonbinary workers, including how to address gender identity and expression discrimination in the workplace.
This policy brief summarizes how gender identity and expression protections can support transgender and gender-nonconforming people in the workplace, the benefits and challenges of using these protections, and how to move towards greater workplace inclusion.
This experimental study demonstrates that women are penalized in terms of advancement opportunities when they self-report sexual harassment, due to the perception that these women are violating social norms.