This study looks at how LGBT employees encounter inequality in their day-to-day workplace experiences from an intersectional lens. It suggests that organizations need to do more than implement LGBT-inclusive policies.
Drawing on ethnographic research with low income working women from rural India, this brief examines how women's paid work outside the home is often contingent on the availability of household members' willingness to help free up women’s time by taking up some of their domestic responsibilities
The COVID-19 pandemic means that more people are working remotely than ever before, offering us a deeper understanding of the barriers and gendered aspects of remote work. Our brief highlights several characteristics of remote work as well as suggested policies for moving forward after the pandemic.