Future of Work
With breakthrough technologies, social movements, globalization, polarizing politics, and the #MeToo movement, diverse and inclusive workplace cultures are more important than ever. Companies and leaders must ensure their organization uses all their diverse talent to remain innovative and competitive now—and in years to come. Policies and promises aren’t enough; there needs to be bold, meaningful action to create a future where women are just as successful as men.
Is Remote Work Overrated?
As the pandemic drags on, some question the future of remote work. They’re missing the big picture.
How We Lead With Inclusion Through Crisis: Covid-19 Response Stories From Catalyst Supporters
Learn how Catalyst Supporter organizations are leading with inclusion and reimagining the future of work as the result of the…
STEM: Ask Catalyst Express
Data and credible resources on how STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) organizations can attract, promote, recruit, and retain women.…
Why Empathy Is a Superpower in the Future of Work (Infographic)
Empathy is a critical human skill, allowing people to create connections with colleagues, especially during times of disruption.
Webinar Recording: UPS Corporate Social Responsibility: Inclusive Leaders Lead the Way
Hear from business leaders who are actively stepping up to make positive change for women and other diverse groups. Read…
Covid-19’s Detrimental Effect on Gender Equality: Quick Take
As childcare needs go unmet and mental health strains skyrocket during Covid-19, women are disproportionately losing ground and losing jobs.…
This Expert Is Optimistic About the Post-Covid Workplace. Here’s Why.
Catalyst’s Lauren Pasquarella Daley explains her optimism, plus steps leaders can take toward a better future.
Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM): Quick Take
Data and sources for women in STEM industries in Australia, Canada, Europe, India, Japan, and the United States.
AI and Equitable Hiring in a Post-Pandemic World: Trend Brief
Being intentional regarding bias in the hiring process is crucial for rebuilding a diverse workforce.
Catalyst Workplace Survey Reveals Optimism About Gender Equity During Covid-19, but Skepticism on Commitment of Companies
A new Catalyst survey reveals that 7 in 10 working people believe workplaces will accelerate gender equity in the wake…
Webinar Recording: Future Workplaces that Work for Women: Five Strategies in the Covid-19 Era
Hear an overview of the Catalyst Report, Covid-19: Women, Equity, and Inclusion in the Future of Work, from our researchers.…
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.
Using Inclusive Change Management in a Crisis: Q&A
Catalyst’s Audrey Taylor explains how to lead organizational change effectively and inclusively during a crisis.
Webinar Recording: Being Intentional About Inclusion in Flexible and Remote Work
How to Make Flexible Work the Way of the Future
Three steps every manager needs to take.
Webinar Recording: Catalyst Community: Navigating These Uncertain Times, A Global Perspective
Why Inclusive Workplaces Matter in a Time of Crisis
More than ever, inclusion is required as we face unprecedented challenges, writes Catalyst President and CEO Lorraine Hariton.
2020 Catalyst Award Winners: A Road Map to Inclusion
Now, more than ever, inclusive workplaces are essential. Deloitte, Medtronic, and Unilever show us how to get the job done.…
Message From Catalyst’s President & CEO
Lorraine Hariton congratulates the 2020 Catalyst Award winners, Deloitte, Medtronic, and Unilever.
Managing Your Remote Team Inclusively: Knowledge Burst
Learn how to maximize innovation, collaboration, and inclusion in a remote-work environment no matter where people are located.