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Who's still biased?

Diversity training has swept corporate America. Just one problem: It doesn’t seem to work.

By Drake Bennett
March 7, 2010

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If you work at a large company, and especially if you manage other people, chances are you’ve gone through diversity training. The vast majority of the Fortune 500 and, by some estimates, the majority of American employers offer diversity training programs for their employees. Many make such training mandatory. The amount of money spent on it in the United States ... (Full article: 2296 words)

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