Donald Tomaskovic-Devey, 2018 PEP Fellow, is quoted in an article about the gender inequality at the top of companies in industries dominated by women

Tomaskovic-Devey, sociology professor and executive director of the Center for Employment Equity, explains that long-term change will require changing how we run businesses, not just confronting personal biases. “Culture matters,” he says. “To reduce male preferences in high wage and leadership positions requires fundamentally changing organizational routines.” Read more here.

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