Gender Inequality

Six misunderstood concepts about diversity in the workplace and why they matter

Diversity and inclusion in the workplace is a sensitive topic. Image: Unsplash/clay banks

Ciarán McFadden

Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Organizational Behavior, Edinburgh Napier University

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Allyship is important for diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Allyship in the workplace is about actively signalling your solidarity, and is therefore imperative for diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Image: Unsplash/Piggybank

Intersectionality is a threat to diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Diane Abbott, who became the first black woman to be elected to parliament, in 1987, has suffered gendered racist abuse. Image: REUTERS/Beresford Hodge


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