Professor Sarah Kaplan discusses the gendered impacts of the pandemic, how they relate to forces that existed before, and what this will mean for making progress on equity as we emerge into a new world of work.
GATE's Senior Research Associate Carmina Ravanera spoke to BNN Bloomberg about flexible work and how cheaper child-care can give women workers a boost.
How have marginalized workers specifically been affected by the shift to working from home? Our report on the future of work highlights how remote work could help the pursuit of equality.
GATE Faculty Research Fellow Sonia Kang joins the Citrix Remote Works podcast to discuss flexible work policies and how they can become burdensome when policies around scheduling or work expectations haven’t been thought through.
This study suggests that traditional bureaucratic work practices can in fact provide more flexible work design compared to the post-bureaucratic practices that are meant to be empowering for workers.
This study examines how working fathers overcome barriers to work-family balance using three different strategies.
This study looks at how men view themselves as fathers, and how organizations are constraining or empowering men to adopt more engaged parenting identities.