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
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.
Rotman Management Magazine
Sonia Kang, Katherine DeCelles, Andràs Tilcsik, and Sora Jun show that even companies that publicly espouse an inclusive environment continue to discriminate against candidates who appear to be from non-white backgrounds. Worse yet, many non-white job candidates are proactively ‘whitening’ their resumes in order to hide their racial identity.
Sarah Kaplan is interviewed on CBC's The Current
This event launched the publication of Rotman Magazine’s special issue on Inequality. We featured four short “TED-style” talks on inequality and what to do about it on October 03, 2017