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It’s no secret that bias—whether intentional or unconscious—and even outright discrimination can rise in periods of prolonged stress. From the Covid-19 pandemic to the redoubled movements for social justice that reached new heights in the wake of the murder of George Floyd, the past two years have served as a tipping point for prolonged stress, anxiety, and uncertainty.

In stressful situations, we tend to make decisions quickly. Stress can also lead to more destructive mental shortcuts, particularly in the workplace.

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