Babies, Bosses and Pay Raises: Gender Bias in Organizational Culture
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Babies, Bosses and Pay Raises: Gender Bias in Organizational Culture

By Emmanuel Trépanier It is often assumed that progressive social and institutional policies that support gender equality in the work place can single-handedly level the playing field for women and men. New parents are an interesting object of analysis to test this assumption. In a New York Times article titled The Motherhood Penalty vs. the Fatherhood … Continue reading

What Organizational Capacities are Needed to Address the Issue of Violence against Women?
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What Organizational Capacities are Needed to Address the Issue of Violence against Women?

By Charles Lusthaus and Efrat Shemesh Violence against women remains a significant issue in Canada. In July 2013, the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives published a report titled The Gap in the Gender Gap: Violence Against Women in Canada, which notes that the percentage of women who experience violence is unclear due to a lack … Continue reading