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Unconscious: un-kon-shes, adj., not available to or observable by the conscious mind

Bias: bi-es, noun, prejudice in favor of our against a person, group or thing.

Ask anyone if they are prejudiced and their response will be “no” - they’re forward thinkers without bias. But we all have biases: some based on fear of the unknown, some on traumatizing experiences, other are culturally ingrained, yet others are so subtle we don’t know they exist. 

These are the types of subtle examples of workplace bias that are outlined in our eBook, Unconscious Bias, Stereotypes and Microaggressions: How to Prevent These Subtle Forms of Discrimination Affecting Your Workplace.


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