How to Address Unintentional and Unconscious Bias at Work

Start with training and discussions at the top for a diverse work environment

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Expose as many of your biases as possible so that you’re aware of them and have the tools to override them. Getty Images

Diversity and inclusion, both as a part of your work environment and your marketing efforts, are no longer nice-to-haves. They’re not something you do to show how woke your company is. Instead, promoting a work environment where people feel comfortable presenting fresh and different viewpoints is not only good for employees, it’s good for business. It’s table stakes.

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@firewoodmkt Sam Haskin is svp, group account director at Firewood.