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Gender, Race, and Ethnicity

Catalyst and ESSENCE Magazine Team Up to Examine the Emotional Tax Black Women Bear at Work

In its October 2016 report "Emotional Tax: How Black Women and Men Pay More at Work and How Leaders Can Take Action," Catalyst shares new data—prepared exclusively for ESSENCE magazine—revealing an “emotional tax” that Black professionals can feel at work and the associated detrimental effects on their health, well-being, and ability to thrive at work.

Intersectionality, Emotional Tax, and the Role of the Inclusive Leader

Please join BMO  Harris Bank and Catalyst for a critical conversation on the topic of Intersectionality, Emotional Tax, and the role of the Inclusive Leader in today’s most innovative workplaces. Emotional tax, first described by Catalyst in 2016, is the combination of feeling different from peers at work because of gender,…
Gender, Race, and Ethnicity

Racial and Gender Bias at Work Harmful for Women of Color and their Health

Catalyst's February 2018 report "Day-to-Day Experiences of Emotional Tax Among Women and Men of Color in the Workplace," finds that a majority of women of color experience an “Emotional Tax” in US workplaces affecting their overall health, well-being, and ability to thrive.
Gender, Race, and Ethnicity

Catalyst’s CEO Sounds Off About Emotional Tax

Imagine waking up every day knowing that when you leave your home, you’ll likely be greeted with a multitude of insults because of your skin color, nationality, religious affiliation, or other defining characteristics.

Catalyst in the News

Catalyst leaders, experts, and research are often cited in major global publications. This is a sample of recent articles that mention us. August 19, 2019 — BNN Bloomberg: The emotional tax paid by minorities in the workplace August 19, 2019 — Forbes, by Maryann Reid: How Black Women Can Survive…