Sarah Kaplan comments on new family care policies in an op-ed in the Toronto Star -- pointing out that it might not help, and might even hurt, especially women's careers.
In this Globe and Mail video, GATE-funded researcher Hadiya Roderique offers three steps organizations can take to support women and racialized minorities in organizations
Rotman's Women in Management Association (WIMA) has launched a series of videos on gender and emotional intelligence. Part 1 is an interview with Professor Stéphane Côté on how perceptions of men's and women's emotions affect their leadership effectiveness.
When women are unsure about whether or not they belong, rejections lead to withdrawal.
As part of our Rotman Short Talks series, hear from Professor Sonia Kang about how diversity statements can have unintended consequences, leading to less diversity in hiring, not more.
As part of our Rotman Short Talks series, hear from Tanya van Biesen, Executive Director of Canada, Catalyst, Inc. and Rotman alumna about how working towards gender equality can position firms to do better in the War for Talent.
How single women downplay their professional ambitions around single men
Women are asked to volunteer for low status tasks more often than men, and accept much more often
Many businesses write mission statements that affirm their support for diversity and put their staff through “implicit bias training." Both steps are well-intentioned but can be counter-productive if not backed by deeper changes, warns Sarah Kaplan in the Financial Times.
Harvard Business Review
Advertising oneself as a diversity-friendly employer does not solve the problem of discrimination. Pro-diversity statements give you a more diverse applicant pool, but it takes more to make workplaces inclusive.