Women of Color Undervalued Despite Focus on Workplace Fairness

Workplace fairness has become a top priority for corporate America following the racial equity movements of 2020. 

Companies realize that not only is equity and inclusion the right thing to do, but it positively impacts business and employee morale. 

Yet, two years later, women of color are still undervalued in the workplace. Women of color are underrepresented in leadership positions and face pay inequality. They also report a lack of allies in the workplace, increased microaggressions and feelings of burnout. 

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