7 Examples of Allyship in the Workplace

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How can you build allyship in the workplace? I found 7 examples of companies doing just that. Before we dive in, here’s what it means to be an ally at work.

What is allyship in the workplace?

Being a good ally means you accept the privilege majority groups have in a professional setting and use it to help break down systems keeping your co-workers from having the same opportunities.

Many companies (like Microsoft) now require mandatory allyship training, workplace activities focused on how to be an ally to marginalized communities and seminars on effective allyship.

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