• Microaggressions at Work

    11 days ago - By Fortune

    You clean, well-spoken over-achievers, who I don't think of as having a race because I don't see color and are sooooo good looking for a... well , you know.
    I just insulted you! A lot! Sure, they may have sounded like compliments, but they're not. At all. And in the workplace, they can make people miserable and drive them away.
    Columbia professor Derald Wing Sue has done research on the comments better known as microaggressions, which are, in his terms, "the everyday slights, indignities, put-downs, and invalidations that people of color experience in their day-to-day interactions with...
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