By the Way, Flirting Should Never Include Death Threats

Each week, we share five simple actions to create a more inclusive workplace and be a better ally.

Photo of woman seated on bleachers, alone and in the shadows. By Thorn Yang via Pexels.

1. Believe reports of harassment (and not assume it was harmless flirting)

2. Opt in to be a better ally, every day

3. Be considerate, which might mean ditching the chivalry

4. Ask about parental leave policy, before a soon-to-be parent needs one

5. Disrupt stereotypes

Gillette’s Instagram post of a plus-size model in a bikini in the surf.

Being an ally is a journey. Want to join us?

Everyday actions to create inclusive, engaging workplaces. Together, we can — and will — make a difference with the Better Allies® approach.

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