Inclusive Language for Physicality
Inclusive Language & Communication • 1m 9s
Get insightful guidance on promoting inclusion in the workplace by describing people using professional and appropriate language, rather than referring to a person’s physical appearance, or physicality -- a practice that is usually unnecessary and irrelevant.
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