Research

The information below will help you keep abreast of all the latest research from around the world on diversity and inclusion. You can use the filters above to find something that you are specifically looking for either via year published, or by keyword.

  • How managers can give better support to freelancers

    13 February 2020

    As more workers flock to the gig economy, managers must find a way to keep up.

    My team at Indeni works with a lot of freelance employees. One day, a previously reliable freelancer just disappeared on us. He stopped communicating, popped in and out of assignments sporadically, and wasn’t giving us everything he had.

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    Read the full article at Fast Company
  • Prove It Again

    13 February 2020

    Women often tell us that they have to work twice as hard to get half as far. What’s behind this? Studies show that, in jobs historically held by men, men are presumed to be competent, while women often have to prove their competence over and over again. Thus men but not women may be given the benefit of the doubt. In addition, women’s mistakes may be remembered forever while men’s are soon forgotten.

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    Read the full article at Gender Bias Learning Project
  • More Women Became VC Partners Than Ever Before In 2019 But 65% of Venture Firms Still Have Zero Female Partners

    13 February 2020

    Sign in Get started More Women Became VC Partners Than Ever Before In 2019 But 65% of Venture Firms Still Have Zero Female Partners Feb 7 ·8 min read The 52 women who became VC partners or general partners for the first time in 2019 Correction: In a previous version of this blog post we published that there were 50 new female VC partners in 2019 but the number was actually 52.

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    Read the full article at Medium
  • Biotech Industry Lacks Women In Leadership Roles

    6 February 2020

    Women in the biotech industry are not on an equal footing with men when it comes to holding leadership roles. Representation of women is lacking in both academicians and founders of biotech companies. While the discrimation is more direct in some cases, there are also subtler ways to undermine women’s competency. For example, a study by Harvard Business Review highlighted a situation where men and women were approached differently when seeking venture capital from investors.

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    Read the full article at Medical Daily
  • The Vicious Cycle Of Women Leadership

    30 January 2020

    BW Businessworld The Vicious Cycle Of Women Leadership Both genders have to work together-Men need to make way and women need to step forward to take up leadership roles. Photo Credit : More girls are going to school, more girls are topping crucial exams, more women are employed outside the home and more women are challenging the last few male bastions of employment. However, when it comes to leadership positions, the story is still dismal for women in India.

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    Read the full article at businessworld.in
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