Catalyst In the News

  • Women Still Waiting

    Catalyst’s pyramid on U.S. Women in Business was cited in this piece to illustrate how women continue to struggle to reach critical mass at the top.

    Indystar, by Lisa Kaess

  • Women Need To Set Priorities Right

    This piece cites Catalyst’s High Potential Under High Pressure in India’s Technology Sector report to discuss some of the challenges that Indian women may encounter in the workplace.

    Ciol, by Soma Tah

  • Women Need to Set Career Priorities Right

    Women in India are entering STEM fields but struggling to push past social constraints. Catalyst’s High Potentials Under High Pressure in India’s Technology Sector is cited.

    Ciol, by Soma Tah

  • Two U.K. Banks Go Public about Getting More Women at the Top

    Deborah Soon, Senior Vice President, Strategy & Marketing, Catalyst, quoted on Barclays and Lloyds pledge to bring more women into senior leadership by 2018.

    The Washington Post, by Jena McGregor

  • Flexible Work Arrangements: No Longer the Exception

    This article sites Catalyst’s The Great Debate: Flexibility vs. Face Time—Busting the Myths Behind Flexible Work Arrangements report to illustrate the rise of flexible work arrangements.

    Business 2 Community, by Justin Boyle

  • Employees Should Not Feel Any Pressure to Hide

    Employees should never have to hide their true selves. Catalyst’s Feeling Different: Being the “Other” in US Workplaces report is mentioned in this piece about the effects of personality judgment in the office.

    Courier-Post, by Andrea Kay

  • Denise M. Morrison Named to MetLife’s Board of Directors

    Denise Morrison named to MetLife’s Board of Directors mentions her role on Catalyst’s board.

    Yahoo Finance, by John Calagna

  • Why Adding Women To Boards May Make Shareholders Happy

    Catalyst’s Bottom Line research mentioned along with recent research from University of British Colombia in this story about protecting shareholders’ investments and overall firm performance.

    Forbes, by Lisa Wirthman

  • Being the ‘Other’: How Othering Holds Women of Color Back

    Catalyst’s Feeling Different: Being the “Other” in US Workplaces discussed and Alixandra Pollack and Jennifer Thorpe-Moscon quoted about the effect that being excluded has and possible solutions to overcome exclusion in the in the work place.

    the glasshammer, by Tina Vasquez

  • INLAND: Women Make Gains Leading City Governments

    Catalyst’s Fortune 500 research cited on how California women are making strides in local government.

    The Press Enterprise, by Cassie MacDuff