Inclusive Workspaces can Exist… Address Implicit Bias First

Many companies and organizations have outlined somewhere on their websites that they are committed to fostering diverse and inclusive workspaces. As someone who is researching missions and values for employment purposes, that can be an attractive quality for a future employer to possess. But what happens when the application is submitted, a successful interview happens, an offer is made…

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I define my own freedom daily. I write fiction. I write my opinions. I am also a full and active member of the BeyHive.

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