Gender


Book Briefing

'Did That Just Happen?!' by Dr. Stephanie Pinder-Amaker and Dr. Lauren Wadsworth: How to get inclusion right

A new book by two clinical psychologists excels in providing constructive, tactical ways of creating workplace cultures that are more inclusive.

'Did That Just Happen?!' by Dr. Stephanie Pinder-Amaker and Dr. Lauren Wadsworth: How to get inclusion right

Tackling remote harassment, unmasking at work, Covid dreams

What's behind the counterintuitive rise in harassment while workers are remote, and a look at what the CDC's new mask guidance means for businesses.

Tackling remote harassment, unmasking at work, Covid dreams

Interview

Why gender and race harassment increased while workers have been remote

Project Include CEO Ellen Pao explains what's behind the counterintuitive research finding that toxic behavior rose when people weren’t in physical proximity.

Why gender and race harassment increased while workers have been remote

Vacation-palooza, where leadership fails Black workers, rats return

Anticipating a vacation crush this summer, a look at race and the return to workplace, and other updates to help you manage yourself, your team, and your organization.

Vacation-palooza, where leadership fails Black workers, rats return

Reset: Tactics for fighting burnout, the cost of virtual-first, year two of Zoom fashion

A data scientist on how to address burnout and communications challenges, and a look at the financial cost of going "virtual first."

Reset: Tactics for fighting burnout, the cost of virtual-first, year two of Zoom fashion

Reset: Rethinking political spending, whistle blowing from home, air travel virus tests

Should companies be giving money to politicians at all? And if they do so, what are the principles they should follow?


Reset: What people are paid, female Fortune 500 CEOs, bonus trends

We all should be dissatisfied with the status quo around compensation. From the perspective of 2020, this might seem disruptive, or radical. But future generations will wonder what took us so long to address it. Now that companies are saying they care about “stakeholders,” we should hold them, an


Men's networks have shrunk dramatically because of the pandemic

The size of American's extended networks has fallen by about 17% on average during the pandemic, according to new research by Yale's Marissa King. Men’s networks shrank by close to 30%.

Men's networks have shrunk dramatically because of the pandemic