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Your Boss Made a Biased Remark. Should You Confront Them?

Written by: Aneeta Rattan
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There are many ways bias shows up at work. The insidious, “Are you sure you will be able to manage that project?” or the more shocking, “That’s the reason I don’t have women on my team!” to the occasional homophobic joke that some colleagues seem to bond over.

Regardless of the type of bias, it usually triggers a lot of feelings: Discomfort. Stress. Anger. And, hopefully, the urge to do something about it.

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