With anti-Jewish hate crimes on the rise, it’s crucial to be active and intentional in efforts to combat antisemitism in the workplace. Here are ways to stand up for your Jewish colleagues and help them feel safe.
Countless studies have shown that diverse workplaces are more profitable, show higher long-term valuation, and possess better decision-making capabilities. To ensure that your practices are conducive to diverse hiring, it’s important to minimize biases. Here are a few to watch out for.
Discrimination based on body size is rampant and often unmitigated. By working to understand common unconscious biases related to weight, size, shape, and appearance, we can do a better job to treat all people and all bodies respectfully.
Accent and language bias describes our tendency to prefer those who sound like us, while judging more harshly those who speak a different language or with a different accent. This type of bias impacts hiring decisions and career advancement.