Catalyst In the News

  • The 'mommy track'

    Catalyst parity predictions cited in piece about Indian companies needing to be more flexible to retain women. 

    Business Standard, by Shyamal Majumdar

  • The Top 5 Ways Firms Can Advance Women

    Pipeline’s Broken Promise findings cited in piece about the top five ways firms can advance women. 

    Business Insider, by Cheryl Carleton

  • “Gender Wage Persists For Canadian M.B.A. Graduates”

    This article cites Catalyst’s High Potential Employees in the Pipeline: Maximizing the Talent Pool in Canadian Organizations report to better understand how the gender wage gap still exists even after graduation. 

    The Wall Street Journal, by Carolyn King

  • Women are falling off the career ladder: What can you do?

    Catalyst Canada Executive Director Alex Johnston and Catalyst Canada Honourees quoted in piece on the number of women in senior positions in Canadian companies. 

    HRM Online, by Editorial Staff

  • Corporate Canada losing top talent to public sector, non-profits: report

    High-Potential Employees in the Pipeline: Maximizing the Talent Pool in Canadian Organizations cited in piece on female talent opting for the non-corporate sector. Executive Director of Catalyst Canada Alex Johnston quoted. 

    Financial Post, by Dan Ovsey

  • Gender gap for women MBAs wider in Canada, study shows

    In Canada, the gender gap for women MBAs is wider. Catalyst Canada Executive Director Alex Johnston quoted and High-Potential Employees in the Pipeline: Maximizing the Talent Pool in Canadian Organizations study mentioned. 

    The Star, by Dana Flavelle

  • Female MBA grads earn less at career outset, struggle to catch up: study

    Canadian MBA women struggle to catch up. Catalyst Canada Executive Director Alex Johnston quoted and High-Potential Employees in the Pipeline: Maximizing the Talent Pool in Canadian Organizations study mentioned. 

    The Globe and Mail, by Janet McFarland

  • ‘Best and brightest’ women face gaps in pay, opportunity

    Canada Hi-Po Pipeline study covered in detail. 

    Canadian HR Reporter, by Editorial Staff

  • Gender Wage Gap Persists for Canadian M.B.A. Grads

    Canada Real Time's coverage of Catalyst's High-Potential Employees in the Pipeline: Maximizing the Talent Pool in Canadian Organizations

    The Wall Street Journal, by Carolyn King

  • Women must articulate values to close wage gap: Speakers

    As the gender wage gap persists, our very own Senior Vice President and Consultant of Global Member Services Meryle Mahrer Kaplan offers reasons on why pay equity needs to happen. 

    Business Insurance, by Matt Dunning