GOL Founder Elyse Rosenblum talks to Fortune about how employers can better retain diverse talent going forward.
Microaggressions and lack of career advancement are just some of the reasons why Black employees are leaving their jobs for other opportunities where they feel valued and supported by their colleagues and managers.
“Black employees are less likely to feel valued in the workplace, and they also are less likely to have sponsors willing to advocate for their promotion and long-term career advancement.”
Managing Director & Founder
Grads of Life
Read the full article in Fortune: Microaggressions, diversity, and career advancement: Why Black workers are joining the Great Resignation