Hadiya Roderique is interviewed by Maclean's magazine about her personal experiences with the gender wage gap and what she thinks companies can do to address the issue.
Rotman research showing that minority applicants fare worst at companies with a stated commitment to diversity is cited in Maclean's Magazine
Organizations are constantly challenged to create environments for every employee to feel included and valued. We report on our Oxford-style debate on the effectiveness of diversity training in achieving these goals.
Stanford Social Innovation Review
Sarah Kaplan and GATE post doc Rachael Goodman write about how the mantra of meritocracy is being exported around the world. (Part 2 of a 5-part series with SSIR.)
The Financial Times covers research by Sonia Kang (quoted in the article), András Tilcsik, Katie DeCelles and Sora Jun on the pressures minorities feel to "whiten" their resumes.
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.
GATE-funded researcher, Hadiya Roderique, was interviewed on BNN to discuss practices that could improve diversity and inclusion in organizations.
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
Faculty Research Fellow Sonia Kang talks about her research on resumé whitening and the unintended consequences of diversity statements on CBC's Metro Morning
GATE-funded researcher Hadiya Roderique talks about race and fit on Bay Street in the Globe and Mail