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This year marks the 47th observance of Black History Month in the United States. While there are a myriad of events, exhibits, and television specials that are designed to both honor and educate, there are also practical ways we can commemorate the contributions of Black heroes throughout our history. We can support Black-owned businesses, purchase, and share books by Black authors (I just so happen to know one of those), and donate to charities that promote anti-racism, equality, and inclusion. You can also join me virtually on February 24 as I speak at Southern California Edison’s Black History Month Celebration!

These ideals can also be promoted in the workplace. For example, in Simply Good, some companies are offering employees paid time off for political involvement. These “Social Justice Benefits” could potentially even cover bail for employees arrested while peacefully protesting. With World Social Justice Day being observed on the 20th of this month, implementing a similar program would be a great way for companies to both honor the day and honor the values of their employees. As companies everywhere are still dealing with fallout from “The Great Resignation,” offering benefits that recognize the individuality of employees could go a long way towards retaining the people that have opted to stay.

What’s another great way to hang on to your company’s talent? Treat them well! In this week’s Simply Diversity, I explain why taking care of your employees isn’t just the right thing to do, but is also crucial for the long-term viability of your organization.

Have you recently received an email from the Rework Work team regarding a special offer that includes my book, UNBIAS? There are only two days left to take advantage of this unique opportunity available to our current and former clients. Check out What’s Happening to ensure you don’t miss out.

With appreciation,

Stacey Gordon, MBA
Rework Work CEO

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Could “Social Justice Benefits” Be The Newest Employment Trend

It’s not unusual for socially-minded companies to give employees paid time off for volunteering, but some employers are taking the concept a step further by offering paid time off for civic engagement or supporting social justice initiatives in other ways.


Taking care of employees is a business investment

Taking care of employees is a business investment — a down payment that ensures your turnover rates don’t go through the roof in the coming months and years.

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Take advantage of a special offer for a keynote talk along with my book, 

Unbias: Addressing Unconscious Bias at Work

In honor of both Black History Month, as well as the upcoming Women’s History Month, we are offering a special deal for my book, Unbias: Addressing Unconscious Bias at Work.

Many ERG groups and DEI committees have benefitted from using Unbias to facilitate discussions about bias, discrimination, and equity in the workplace. Let it propagate these conversations in your workplace as well!

If you didn’t receive our original email regarding this discount, as well as the additional bonus for orders of 250 or more, please let us know!

Not yet a member of Rework Work’s online community? Join us for full access to even more resources that will enhance diversity, equity, and inclusion in your workplace.

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