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.Gender, Race, and Ethnicity
In this webinar, learn about the effects of the intersecting dimensions of difference, explore tools and tips to reduce the consequences of Emotional Tax in your organization, and identify ways to ensure that the people of color working at your company can contribute to their highest potential and thrive.Gender, Race, and Ethnicity
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
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.Gender, Race, and Ethnicity
The devastating effects of Covid-19 on communities of color have been exacerbated and magnified by social inequalities. These inequalities are the result of another insidious virus—systemic racism—that has ravaged communities of color and ensures a continued legacy of discrimination, unfair treatment, and economic and social injustice. To make constructive change,…Gender, Race, and Ethnicity
Resources for employees to interrupt their own biases.