Catalyst In the News

  • Canada Regulator Outlines Plan to Bolster C-Suite Women, But No Sign of Quotas

    Executive Director of Catalyst Canada Alex Johnston comments on the importance of workplace diversity in piece on the OSC Proposal Regarding Disclosure of Women on Boards and in Senior Management. 

    The Wall Street Journal, by Ben Dummett

  • “OSC To Require Companies To Outline Efforts To Add More Women To Boards”

    Alex Johnston, Executive Director of Catalyst Canada, is quoted in this article as she describes her perspective on the OSC’s recent efforts.

    BNN – Business News Network, by Janet McFarland

  • Women in India's technology sector aim high, but earn less: Study

    Catalyst's High Potentials Under High Pressure in India’s Technology Sector report discussed in detail. Executive Director of Catalyst India WRC Shachi Irde quoted. 

    Business Standard, by M Saraswathy

  • Minority Women Report Downsizing Their Ambitions Because of Bias

    Findings from Catalyst’s Feeling Different: Being the “Other” in US Workplaces discussed at length. Additional Catalyst research cited. 

    Harvard Business Review, by Jennifer Thorpe-Moscon

  • Flexibility Stigma: The Unspoken Problem Facing Working Women and Men

    The Great Debate: Flexibility vs. Face Time report cited in piece on the stigmatization women face when taking advantage of flexible work options. 

    The Glass Hammer, by Tina Vasquez

  • Companies should reveal targets for women execs: OSC

    Coverage of Catalyst’s support of the OSC Proposal Regarding Disclosure of Women on Boards and in Senior Management. Executive Director of Catalyst Canada Alex Johnston quoted. 

    The Star, by Dana Flavelle

  • Report flags Indian gender gap

    Catalyst's High Potentials Under High Pressure in India’s Technology Sector report discussed in detail.  Executive Director of Catalyst India WRC Shachi Irde quoted. 

    Economia, by Helen Roxburgh

  • Drawing more women into leadership

    Catalyst Fortune Census cited in piece on the lack of women filling leadership roles. 

    Orange County Register, by Jessica Rubio

  • Decoding the lack of female talent in India’s IT sector

    In-depth coverage of Catalyst's High Potentials Under High Pressure in India’s Technology Sector.  

    Firstpost, by FP Staff

  • Women lag behind men by Rs 3.8 lakh in terms of pay: Study

    High Potentials Under High Pressure in India's Technology Sector cited and Executive Director of Catalyst India WRC Shachi Irde quoted in piece on professional women in India being left behind. 

    The Economic Times, by Editorial Staff