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.
The Power of Empathy in a Crisis (Report)
Our research shows that in challenging times, empathy can be particularly essential. Learn how your organization can benefit from it.
Report: Missing Pieces Report: Board Diversity Census (Report)
This Missing Pieces Report, 6th edition highlights the progress to-date that has or has not been made in the equitable representation of women and minorities on corporate boards.
Remote-Work Options Can Boost Productivity and Curb Burnout (Report)
Remote work is here to stay. Catalyst research demonstrates that remote work can increase productivity and decrease burnout.
Masculine Anxiety and Interrupting Sexism at Work (Report)
Learn what masculine anxiety is and how it links to interrupting or not interrupting sexism in the workplace.
Men’s Stories of Interrupting Sexism (Report)
Men committed to gender advocacy share their stories and insights. Available in English and French.
Why Leaders Must Connect More During Times of Crisis (Report)
Here are steps leaders should take to show openness and vulnerability authentically to connect with their team at work.
Building Inclusion for Indigenous Peoples in Canadian Workplaces (Report)
Catalyst research finds many Indigenous Peoples in Canada pay an Emotional Tax at work and identifies ways managers can help.
Allyship and Curiosity Drive Inclusion for People of Color at Work (Report)
Catalyst research shows that allyship and curiosity help create a more inclusive, welcoming workplace for people of color.
The Trust Gap: The Impact on Employees in Europe (Report)
A new report from Catalyst reveals that only 46% of employees in Europe report often or always being trusted at work.
Scenario Planning for the Future of Work (Report)
Scenario planning is a helpful futurist methodology for leaders and organizations, especially during times of uncertainty.
Towards a More Equitable Future (Report)
Catalyst CEO Champions For Change companies renewed their commitment to advancing women, particularly women of color, in the workplace in 2020.
Intersectionality: When Identities Converge (Report)
An intersectional framework can be foundational to a more inclusive working environment. Learn what intersectionality is and is not.
The Impact of Structural Racism on Black Americans (Report)
Many disparities between US Black and White communities stem from a long history of discriminatory and dehumanizing laws and policies.
The Impact of Covid-19 on Working Parents (Report)
Many working parents fear parenthood is a strike against them in the workplace during Covid-19, according to a new survey.
Interrupting Sexism at Work: What Drives Men to Respond Directly or Do Nothing? (Report)
New Catalyst research examines what influences men’s willingness and ability to interrupt sexism at work.
How Men Respond to Sexism in a Climate of Silence (Report)
New Catalyst research reveals that a climate of silence hinders men’s willingness to interrupt sexist behavior.
Cómo Responden los Hombres al Sexismo en un Clima de Silencio (Reporte)
Investigación reciente de Catalyst revela que un clima de silencio dificulta la disposición de los hombres de interrumpir el comportamiento sexista.
Covid-19: Women, Equity, and Inclusion in the Future of Work (Report)
In the wake of Covid-19, Catalyst offers a path to a more equitable, inclusive, and fulfilling workplace.
Women in Leadership at S&P/ TSX Companies (Report)
Canada’s largest companies are leading the pack to accelerate progress for women.
Les femmes occupant des postes de haute direction au sein des entreprises du S&P/ TSX (Rapport)
Les plus grandes entreprises canadiennes sont en tête de ligne quant à l’accélération du progrès des femmes