Why You Shouldn’t Say “Girl” At Work
Inclusive Language & Communication • 1m 52s
Referring to women as “girls,” or other child-like terms, is disrespectful and undermines their workplace engagement and productivity by denying their maturity and human dignity. Learn more about infantilizing terms and how they work as microaggressions.
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