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Gender, Race, Sexuality, and Ethnicity in Communication | Library and Information Science | Race and Ethnicity
Librarians and information professionals cannot hide from bias: a prejudice for or against something, someone, or a group. As human beings, we all have biases. However, implicit biases are ones that affect us in an unconscious manner. Awareness of our implicit biases, and how they can affect our colleagues and work environment, is critical to promoting an inclusive work environment. Part one of this two-part article series will focus on implicit bias: what is implicit bias, how these biases affect the work environment, and best practices for reducing these biases within recruitment, hiring, and retention in the library workplace.
Shamika Dalton and Michele Villagran. "Minimizing and addressing implicit bias in the workplace: Be proactive, part one" College & Research Libraries News (2018): 478-485. https://doi.org/10.5860/crln.79.9.478
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This article was published in College & Research Libraries News, volume 79, issue 9, 2018. It can also be found online at this link.