Although women start on a leveled playing field, they end up earning less and receiving fewer opportunities that lead to advancement.
Catalyst highlights what it means to be an “other” in business and how companies can make everyone feel included.
This companion tool is designed to promote inclusive work environments as a means to help organizations attract, develop, and retain high-potential talent—especially women.
While companies based in other countries move ahead with plans to advance women to top leadership, progress in the F500 remains flat.
According to a new Catalyst report, high-potential Canadian women earn $8,167 less than men in their first post-MBA jobs.
Learn how having more women on the board may help companies solve the problem of insufficient numbers of women in their executive ranks.
Catalyst announced today that Ilene H. Lang and Peter Voser will co-chair the 2014 Catalyst Awards Dinner.
For members only, learn how P&G supports women on their career journeys.
How do you make a seriously male-oriented organization more inclusive?