The Catalyst Research Center for Equity in Business Leadership examines and documents workforce demographics and their impact on employees, companies, communities, and society.
Which countries have legislation, regulation, and voluntary efforts to increase gender diversity on corporate boards?
Learn how Catalyst Award-winning companies have incorporated diverse slate polices or practices into their initiatives.
Hard evidence derived primarily from Catalyst Fortune 500 and Financial Post 500 Census data debunks myths about women on corporate boards.
Find out which countries have legislation, regulation, and voluntary efforts in place to increase gender diversity on corporate boards.
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Global shifts in labor force participation rates of women, rapid changes in international competition, and demands for more inclusive workplaces require today's companies to address the talent management of their leaders.
This technical report explores the status of women in leadership in bioscience, academic medicine, and nursing.
In its extensive review of women in academic science, the National Academy of Sciences concluded that observed gender differences in promotion and pay could not be attributed to gender...
This Census was produced by EOWA, a Catalyst Census Partner.
The Census was compiled by the Alliance for Board Diversity (ABD), founded by Catalyst, The Executive Leadership Council (ELC), and the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR).
For the second year, Catalyst presents its hallmark Census of women board directors, corporate officers and top earners in a new graphic format.
Catalyst has produced its annual Census to assess the status of women on the boards of the largest companies in the United States since 1993. Starting...
Find out how many women held Fortune 500 board seats in 2007.