Gendered stereotypes result in sexism and can create structural barriers that perpetuate workplace gender inequality. Catalyst research finds, for example, that women leaders perceived as nurturing or emotional are liked but not considered competent. We show how organizations can identify and interrupt gender bias in workplace processes and culture.
Menopause am Arbeitsplatz (Themenüberblick)
Wenn Mitarbeitende in der Menopause nicht angemessen unterstützt werden, können sie sich von den Führungskräften ausgeschlossen fühlen bzw. ausgeschlossen werden, was zu Arbeitskräfteabgang führt.
Break the Cycle
This suite of tools and infographic helps HR experts, managers, and senior leaders eliminate bias from talent management systems.
The Promise of Future Leadership: A Research Program on Highly Talented Employees in the Pipeline
2009 - 2015 Catalyst's longitudinal project, The Promise of Future Leadership: A Research Program on Highly Talented Employees in the…
Women of Color in Professional Services
2007 - 2009 The Women of Color in Professional Services is a four-part research series investigating the experiences of women of…
Women of Color in Corporate Management
1998 - 2004 This series of reports about women of color in corporate management. This research includes separate reports on…