Law360 (April 20, 2018, 7:59 PM EDT) -- Starbucks' plan to hold training addressing implicit bias after the arrests of two black men at one of its Philadelphia stores stoked widespread outrage underscores how unconscious prejudice on the part of employees can have disastrous consequences. Here, experts share four tips for scrubbing implicit bias from the workplace.
Starbucks announced it will close 8,000 retail locations for an afternoon next month to conduct racial bias training. Implicit bias, as opposed to more overt forms of discrimination, occurs when individuals make unconscious assumptions about people based on race, gender or other factors. The issue has long vexed employers since individual employees...
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