New Report: Pinning Down the Jellyfish: The Workplace Experiences of Women of Color in Tech
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Research and Publications

Our industry studies present data collected using our Workplace Experiences Survey, a 10-minute climate survey designed to pinpoint how bias based on gender, sexual orientation, race/ethnicity, and social class play out in everyday workplace interactions and business systems. The survey also examines how bias impacts outcome measures including employees’ sense of belonging and intent to stay.

Industry Studies


Pinning Down the Jellyfish: The Workplace Experiences of Women of Color in Tech

You Can’t Change What You Can’t See: Interrupting Racial and Gender Bias in the Legal Profession

Climate Control: Gender and Racial Bias in Engineering

The Elephant in the (Well-Designed) Room: An Investigation into Bias in the Architecture Profession

Walking the Tightrope: An Examination of Bias in India’s Engineering Workplcae

Double Jeopardy? Gender Bias Against Women of Color in Science

Books

Bias Interrupted: Creating Inclusion for Real and for Good

“How do you move DEI from acronym to action? Joan Williams shines the light on the realities of the modern workplace and how small but important steps can usher in real change.”

Katie Couric, Award-winning former ABC News journalist; former co-host, NBC’s Today show; former anchor, CBS Evening News ; New York Times best-selling author, The Best Advice I Ever Got ; and founder, Katie Couric Media

What Works for Women at Work: Four Patterns Working Women Need to Know

“Deftly combining sociological research with a more casual narrative style, What Works for Women at Work offers unabashedly straightforward advice in a how-to primer for ambitious women.”

Debora L. Spar, The New York Times Book Review

White Papers and Reports

Articles

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