Anti-Racism Guide for Human Resources Departments published by McLean & Company


Anti-racism is an active process of identifying and removing barriers faced by racialized people. McLean & Company points out that these barriers typically fall within workplace, social and health settings. Research associated with the recently released guide indicates that racialized employees often experience an emotional burden, with negative impacts on well-being, health and the ability to thrive at work.

Listening to the lived experiences of employees allows organizations to better understand how to support team members and identify inequities and barriers they may face. In the guide, the McLean & Company framework models a process for identifying and removing barriers faced by racialized people. Understanding the lived experiences and confronting the barriers experienced by racialized people are the two keys to anti-racist practice.

The entire anti-racism guide is available for download now so that HR departments can immediately implement the recommendations.

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