Tips on Navigating Black Lives Matter in the Workplace

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George Floyd. Jacob Blake. As racial tension continues to escalate, more and more American workers are demanding Corporate America to take action. Silence is no longer an option. Customers, employees, and the public are expecting business to use its influence to start effecting changes in the areas that it has power and control. A survey conducted by Fishbowl in June 2020 found that out of 16,812 employees that responded 69.22% expected their company to speak up about the Black Lives Matter (BLM) cause. If companies have not spoken up about BLM, they should respond not only with

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