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What is meant by Intersectional Equity and why does it matter?

Published by: Edge Empower

Technology is everywhere, from playrooms to boardrooms. But people individuals are the hands, hearts, and minds of an organization. Every person is unique and has a distinct identity with defined characteristics. As result, workplace life is not homogenous, but beautifully and richly heterogenous. It is certainly rarely, if ever, binary, where choices can be said to be either one way or its direct opposite.
Years ago, conversations tended to revolve solely around workplace gender equality. The aim of EDGE Certified Foundation then, as it is now, was to make workplaces more gender equal. But times and perspectives have moved on and we need to no longer think of the workplace as being staffed by homogenous groups of ‘men' and homogenous groups of ‘women' with those in either grouping being identical in every way.
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Lang: ENG
Type: Whitepaper Length: 3 pages

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