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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First Step: India Overview provides a snapshot look at India’s legislative, societal, and work culture differences.
U.S. men generally still significantly outearn women. Find statistics and explanations here.
Statistics about family leave policies around the world.
Statistics about women working in male dominated industries in Canada, U.S., and other countries around the world.
Statistical overview of women in the legal profession in the U.S.
Find out how many women held senior leadership positions at Israel’s top 100 public companies (the TA-100) in 2012.
Statistics about women working in high tech industries in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and other countries around the world.
Buying power is defined as the total personal income of residents that is available, after taxes, for spending on virtually everything they buy, including goods and services
Currently, the demographics of the labor force span four generations. These generations are the Mature/World War II Generation, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Generation Y/Millennials.
This biennial census counts all the senior leaders at Canada's largest companies.