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Catalyst research finds many Indigenous Peoples in Canada pay an emotional tax at work and identifies ways managers can help.
In the workplace, Indigenous Peoples are underrepresented, suffer a wage gap, and often lack role models. Additionally, they are regularly surrounded by managers, colleagues, and senior executives who do not truly understand their history and cultures. Now, a Catalyst survey shows that Indigenous Peoples pay an emotional tax at work…
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Catalyst research finds many Indigenous Peoples in Canada pay an Emotional Tax at work and identifies ways managers can help.
I asked men of color to delve into their experiences at work. What they shared with me was eye-opening.
La recherche Catalyst révèle que de nombreux Canadiens autochtones paient une taxe émotionnelle au travail.
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