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Martin Luther King Jr. Day: How to Adopt Anti-Unconscious Bias Training at Work

Even almost a hundred years after the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr., racial divides and discrimination remains a reality in nearly every sphere of our lives, including the workplace. Unfortunately, a lot of discrimination and micro-aggression in workplaces are driven by unconscious bias among leaders, managers, and employees. In this article, we will discuss strategies to tackle and prevent unconscious bias – read on.

What is Unconscious Bias in the Workplace?

Unconscious or implicit relates to attitudes and opinions that are triggered spontaneously and unconsciously. These biases vary from thoughts and beliefs that individuals recognize they possess but prefer to conceal in order to adhere to social or legal standards.

Our social prejudices are formed unconsciously by our experiences. For instance, when we have regularly been exposed to real occurrences or media depictions of women as cooperative, caring homemakers and men as forceful, competitive breadwinners, our long-term memory automatizes these connections.

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