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Tackling racism in the workplaceResources and guidance to help people professionals tackle racism and racial discrimination in the workplace
incidents of racism or 'true' racism are far fewer vs genuine lack of knowledge or awareness
I see your point, Ade... and without knowing the actual language used (which we don't want to repeat here), I think David B's post is not out of step with what you've stated above.
From the information Emma has provided it's seems clear he is perilously…
MODERATOR NOTE: I have merged two threads, below.
Following the horrific death of George Floyd and the subsequent protests, I wondered if anyone had shared any guidance or information about racism with their employees?
It seems a very relevant time…
Accepting your suggestion Steve, and also having said I had no further comment to make, I believe I do have a right (and responsibility) to reply to Daniel's last, since it was I who used the term "xenophobic" he has chosen to interpret as an accusation…
Can Person A take offense on behalf of Person B even if Person B did not feel racially harassed?And if so - does it have to be a clear cut example of racism? Or is there no minimum standard that has to be met?
I am just wondering how we stop accusations…
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