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Don’t Give up on Teaching About Unconscious Bias
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Don’t Give up on Teaching About Unconscious Bias

Employee education about unconscious bias seems to have fallen out of fashion lately, with questions about its worth and impact. For many organizations over the last decade or so, anti-bias training had been a foundational pillar in addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). As a result of increasing critiques, however, some companies have now abandoned […]

BY Jonathan Yeo | September 13, 2021

Why the Facebook Lawsuit Should Be Celebrated, Even If It’s Flawed
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Why the Facebook Lawsuit Should Be Celebrated, Even If It’s Flawed

Editor’s Note: This commentary was originally published on Techonomy.com. There is one unalloyed benefit from the vast antitrust assault unleashed against Facebook this week by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and 46 states, plus Guam and the District of Columbia: the company will have to finally start being more careful. Facebook has been heedless, and […]

BY David Kirkpatrick | December 12, 2020

The Real Victims of WeWork Are Its Employees. Is Capitalism Broken?
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The Real Victims of WeWork Are Its Employees. Is Capitalism Broken?

A business model hooked on fast growth has turned many workplaces into digital sweatshops

BY Dan Lyons | October 4, 2019

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