Posts tagged Inclusive behavior
Women in Sports: Role Models for Life

Historically in sports, women have had and continue to have many obstacles to overcome. They often have been scrutinized for their appearance; either criticized for their lack of femininity or hyper-sexualized in the media and on the cover of magazines. Before the passage of Title IX in 1972, about 1 in 27 women participated in sports.

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Language Discrimination: What Employers Should Know*

Discrimination is unequal or different treatment of a person or group of people based on differences such as race, religion, ethnic origin, or disability. Discrimination can also be on the basis of language. Language discrimination in the workplace can occur if an employee has been passed over for a promotion because of his language skills or if the workplace has a policy that requires employees to speak only English while at work.

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How to Deal with Spanish Language Discrimination in the Workplace*

Americans have a difficult  time navigating any language other than American-English. Just hearing different languages fills many Americans with anxiety and dread. Some of the more self-conscious even suffer a spot of embarrassment that they only know one language.

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Tips for Men: How to Navigate #MeToo in the Workplace

#MeToo has left many men questioning their behaviour in the workplace and how they should be interacting with their female colleagues. In the post-#MeToo world, many men are less comfortable working with women and have trepidations when it comes to their professional relationships with female colleagues.

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