Unconscious Bias Training Isn’t Just a Tick-the-Box Activity

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Proponents of unconscious bias training argue that unconscious bias is not only present in all of us but that it can and does have big impacts on how businesses treat employees and customers. High-profile racial incidents impacting big brands and the dearth of women and people of color in prominent roles in many industries are often cited as examples of unconscious bias and its impacts.

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Critics of unconscious bias training don’t necessarily disagree with the existence or impacts of unconscious bias; however, they question the effectiveness of training to address it.

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