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Catalyst Updates Eligibility Criteria for Catalyst Award (Media Release)
Companies applying for the Catalyst Award will now be required to have more women, particularly women of color, executives.
Six Exemplary Canadian Business Leaders Named Catalyst Honours Champions (Media Release)
Six Canadian business leaders named Catalyst Honours Champions, role models for inclusive leadership, will be recognized in October.
New Board Census Data from the Missing Pieces Report Unveiled (Media Release)
Alliance for Board Diversity (ABD) and Deloitte report shows women and minorities continue to make progress in board representation, with over 40% diversity nearly quadrupling since 2010.
“Burnout” Crisis at Work Threatens Post-Pandemic Workplaces (Media Release)
New Catalyst research demonstrates that remote work can increase productivity and decrease burnout when utilized by organizations intentionally.
Men Experiencing “Masculine Anxiety” Reluctant to Interrupt Sexism (Media Release)
Catalyst study reveals that the distress men experience when grappling with rigid masculine standards links with reluctance to interrupt sexism.
Catalyst Welcomes Accenture CEO Julie Sweet as New Board Chair (Media Release)
Catalyst welcomes Accenture CEO Julie Sweet as new Board chair and eight new Board members driving workplace equity and inclusion.
Catalyst's #Biascorrect Campaign for International Women’s Day (Media Release)
Campaign provides virtual backgrounds to call out bias in the workplace.
Over Half of Indigenous Peoples in Canada Are On Guard to Experiences of Bias (Media Release)
Catalyst research finds many Indigenous Peoples in Canada pay an emotional tax at work and identifies ways managers can help.
2021 Catalyst Award Winners Announced (Media Release)
Barilla and RBC are honored for inspiring change and accelerating progress for women in the workplace.
Curiosity and Allyship in the Workplace Create Equitable Change (Media Release)
Curiosity and allyship drive inclusion for people of color in the workplace, according to a new study from Catalyst.
Fewer Than Half of Employees in Europe Feel Trusted at Work (Media Release)
Team cohesion to promote trust should be focus for leaders and organizations.
CEOs Who Pledged to Advance Women Outpace Global Peers in Elevating Women in Leadership Roles (Media Release)
New York, New York (December 8, 2020) – Once again, Catalyst CEO Champions For Change are advancing women across the…
Catalyst Welcomes Six New Members to Board of Directors (Media Release)
Inclusive leaders named to help shape Catalyst’s future.
Catalyst Names New Executive Director in Canada (Media Release)
Vandana Juneja is the new Executive Director of Catalyst in Canada. Four new members also join the Catalyst Canada Advisory Board.
Global Corporations Agree to Adopt KPIs to Improve Diversity (Media Release)
Fifty-six companies have joined the Gender and Diversity KPI Alliance to measure gender and diversity in their companies.
Survey Finds Many Working Parents Fear Job Loss or Being Penalized During Covid-19 (Media Release)
According to a Catalyst-CNBC survey, working parents fear being a parent is a strike against them in the workplace.
Six leaders en affaires désigné·e·s champions et championnes des Prix honorifiques 2020 de Catalyst : des modèles pour la promotion des femmes et de l’inclusion en milieu de travail (Communiqué de presse)
Les lauréat·e·s seront récompensé·e·s lors des « Prix honorifiques 2020 de Catalyst », une conférence virtuelle dynamique de trois jours qui se tiendra en octobre.
Six Corporate Leaders Named Catalyst Honours Champions for 2020 (Media Release)
Honourees to be recognized at Catalyst Honours 2020, a dynamic virtual conference on October 6-8, because progress won’t pause.
Catalyst Survey Reveals Optimism About Gender Equity But Skepticism on Company Commitment (Media Release)
A new Catalyst survey reveals that 7 in 10 working people believe workplaces will accelerate gender equity in the wake of Covid-19.
Des facteurs organisationnels et un sentiment de pouvoir personnel sont des éléments qui incitent les hommes à intervenir pour interrompre le sexisme (Communiqué de presse)
Des facteurs organisationnels et un sentiment de pouvoir personnel sont des éléments qui incitent les hommes à intervenir pour interrompre le sexisme