AuthorMcNutt, Bryan R.
JournalJournal of Employee Assistance
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AbstractIn the wake of the tragic deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and other Black lives at the hands of police in 2020, many organizations have been challenged with addressing the presence of racial and ethnic discrimination within their own cultures, especially those with predominantly white leadership. While many organizations are gradually beginning to acknowledge the need to address these uncomfortable realities, only a minority of them appear to be making efforts of substantive change.
CitationMcNutt, B. ( 2021). Addressing Racial & Ethnic Bias in the Workplace. Journal of Employee Assistance. Vol 51(2), 22 - 27.
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