In recent years, the term “allyship” has become increasingly popular. But what does it actually mean to be an ally? And how can you be an ally at work?
An ally is someone who supports and stands up for another person or group, usually when they are facing discrimination. Allies can be found in many different settings, including the workplace. This includes people of color, LGBTQ people, people with disabilities, men and women.
Having an ally at work can be beneficial for both the individual and the company.
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