Learn what Emotional Tax is and how it affects both employees of color and organizations. Our Catalyst research has uncovered the reality that Asian, Black, Indigenous, Latinx, and multiracial employees pay an Emotional Tax at work when they feel they must be on guard to protect against bias. These harmful experiences occur both inside and outside the workplace and prevent employees from being able to truly thrive at work.
Webinar: Neurodiversity at Work: Recognizing and Welcoming This Aspect of Identity for Women and Everyone
As diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) measures and programs become standard practice in the workplace, there is an employee population that continues to fall through the cracks: neurodivergent people.
Webinar: Looking Through a Latine Lens at Equity and Inclusion Initiatives for Women
Join us to learn the importance of attracting and advancing Latine women at your organization.
Webinar: Active Allyship: Strengthening LGBTQ+ Inclusion in Your Company
How can companies move beyond inclusive-language practices and take more meaningful action to retain and attract LGBTQ+ employees?
Webinar: Women’s Health at Work
From menopause to reproductive healthcare to emotional tax, an integrated approach is required that focuses on diversity and inclusion, as well as social determinants of health, to help women of color realize their full potential.
Webinar: Over-Mentored and Under-Sponsored: How Sponsorship Can Impact Black Women
This webinar will explore real examples of formal sponsorship programs from organizations that were bolstered by inclusive cultures to retain and advance Black women to more senior roles.
Majority of Employees from Marginalized Racial and Ethnic Groups Experience Emotional Tax in Five Countries (Media Release)
Catalyst research shows 61% of employees of color experience being on guard to protect against race, ethnicity, or gender bias.
Emotional Tax and Work Teams (Infographic)
View the key findings from the Catalyst report, Emotional Tax and Work Teams: A View From 5 Countries.
Emotional Tax and Work Teams (Report)
This report reveals that experiences of emotional tax in the workplace are pervasive in Australia, Brazil, Canada, UK, and US.
EMEA Roundtable: Conversations around Race and Ethnic Diversity Inclusion at Work
To ensure successful and meaningful dialogue, we need to acknowledge and work through roadblocks that can stifle progress.
A Conversation on Unconscious Bias (APAC Webinar Recording)
Learn more about the development tools every manager should be equipped with to ensure equal opportunities are provided to all.
Racism in the Workplace: Expert Voices From Around the World (Report)
21 business leaders and scholars reveal the persistence of racism –and what we can do to move forward.
LinkedIn Live: Equity and a Path Forward for Black Employees
Join us for a conversation about the systemic barriers that Black employees face in the workplace.
Emotional Tax: A Focus on Asian Heritage (Webinar Recording)
Researchers have found that unconscious bias directed toward women of color is detrimental to both employees and companies. More than half of Asian women working in the United States feel on-guard and the need to outwork and outperform their colleagues. Learn from our speakers about how you can be part of the solution against biased behaviors toward Asian women.
Don’t “Fake It Till You Make It" in the Workplace (Blog Post)
Employees' mental health, wellbeing, and ability to be their true, authentic selves all impact their engagement at work.
CatalystX Discussion Facilitation Guide – Facing Racism and Emotional Tax in the Workplace (Tool)
This Supporter-Only post-course discussion facilitation guide is for organizations to drive home learnings from the CatalystX course, Facing Racism and Emotional Tax in the Workplace.
A Course on Emotional Tax and Racism: 6 Perspectives (Blog Post)
"I had no idea the journey it would take me through," said Human Resources Senior Director about new course.
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.
Intersecting Identities and the Impact of Emotional Tax (Webinar Recording)
Learn the effects of the intersecting dimensions of difference, explore tools and tips to reduce the consequences of Emotional Tax.
Learn what Emotional Tax is and how it affects both employees of color and organizations in the US and Canada.