Ending the Plague of Secret Parenting, Reversing a Trending Taboo, and Other Actions for Allies

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

Photo of a man walking with a young girl on a city street during daytime. Both are wearing backpacks. By Pawel L via Pexels.

1. Speak openly about parenting responsibilities

“If mothers and fathers speak openly about child-care obligations, their colleagues will adapt.”

2. Mentor women (especially because of #MeToo)

Image from LeanIn.org reading “Men’s Hesitancy: Now more than ever, we need men to actively support women at work. Instead, they’re pulling back.”

3. Provide travel guides for employees who are blind

4. Believe people when they report abuse

5. Ban using Native American mascots

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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