Unrewarded diversity efforts

A recent opinion piece inĀ Inside Higher Ed brings up important topics about what types of employees normally involve themselves in workplace D&I initiatives, and the tendency to penalize those employees instead of reward them. How can we think about and act on this in our own workplaces?

A recent opinion piece inĀ Inside Higher Ed brings up important topics about what types of employees normally involve themselves in workplace D&I initiatives, and the tendency to penalize those employees instead of reward them. How can we think about and act on this in our own workplaces?

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