Catalyst research is the foundation of all our solutions for creating equitable workplaces. We examine today’s work environments and employees’ experiences in them. We track representation of women in corporate leadership and determine the root causes of gender gaps. We use fact-based, scientific methods—including longitudinal panels and large-scale field studies—to explore barriers and measure success. Whether you’re looking for numbers, ideas, or solutions, Catalyst has what you need. It’s why Catalyst is the most-trusted resource for knowledge on gender and inclusive leadership in the business.
Employee Resource Groups (ERGs): Ask Catalyst Express
Data and resources for building beneficial and effective Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) for employees and their organizations.
The World’s First Gender Data Tool, Raising Transparency in Investing (Roundtable Recording)
Discover the world’s first gender data tool, which shows the gender composition of top executive teams.
Men Interrupting Sexism: A View from 12 Countries
What can organizations do to help men become better partners in the struggle against workplace sexism?
How To Tackle Negative Workplace Climates (Tool)
Learn to identify the symptoms of three negative organizational conditions found to impact men’s decisions not to interrupt sexism.
The Risks of Performative Policies (Report)
This report is a wake-up call for CEOs as employers continue to face high turnover via the Great Resignation.
Forging the Path to True Workplace Inclusion for LGBTQ+ Employees (Webinar Recording)
Speakers will share their lived experiences, teach best practices from their organization, and discuss actionable steps for LGBTQ+ progress.
5 Strategies to Promote Inclusion (Tool)
An important part of managing a team is making each member feel included. With this tool, you’ll learn how.
Women in Energy (Quick Take)
A statistical overview of women working in the male-dominated energy industry—including mining, gas, and oil—globally, in Canada, and in the United States.
LGBTQ+ Workplace Issues (Quick Take)
Find the statistics you need regarding LGBT populations around the world and their work environments.
Understanding Unconscious Bias: Ask Catalyst Express
Resources for employees to interrupt their own biases.
Talking Across Differences: Ask Catalyst Express
It's time to get comfortable being uncomfortable. Here's how to connect across differences.
Prioritizing Asian/Pacific Island Communities’ Experiences in the Workplace (Webinar Recording)
Organizational leaders examine where we are now with regard to Asian and Pacific Islander women’s workplace experiences.
Addressing Burnout in the Workplace (Topic Overview)
Burnout has become a major global concern in the workplace. To support workers, organizations need to tackle this systemic issue.
Inclusive Recruitment: Ask Catalyst Express
Data and resources for human resources professionals and hiring managers evaluating their organization's policies on diversity recruitment.
Getting Started With Pay Equity (Practices)
These organizations focused on closing the gender pay gap by learning more about their employees and analyzing the data.
Inclusive Talent Acquisition – What does “good” look like? (Canada Roundtable Recording)
Watch as representatives from Scotiabank discuss their recent initiative to remove resumes from campus hiring initiatives.
Achieving Pay Equity: A Holistic Approach (Webinar Recording)
The fight for equal pay globally is still moving at a snail’s pace but some companies have made enormous strides.
Women CEOs in Underrepresented Groups (List)
Women, women of color, women born outside of the United States, and LGBT women are underrepresented in the Fortune 500.
Women’s Earnings: The Pay Gap (Quick Take)
A statistical overview of the global gender pay gap, including data from Canada, Europe, and the United States.
International Women’s Day – Sharing Perspectives (EMEA Roundtable Recording)
At Catalyst, our IWD 2022 campaign will #BiasCorrect unconscious leadership beliefs by reimagining the meaning of CEO to Chief Empathy Officer.