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Creating an envi­ron­ment that is inclu­sive of all employees, for what­ever dif­fer­ences they have, pre­pares employees to be respectful, open, and even excited about inclu­sion.  Truly, being unapolo­get­i­cally accepting of dif­fer­ence is one of the most prof­itable, trans­for­ma­tive, and exciting

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It’s an unfor­tu­nate reality that mental ill­ness and neuro-developmental con­di­tions are often much less respected and val­i­dated than phys­ical ill­nesses for the simple reason that they can’t be seen or diag­nosed with a screening or a blood test. However, what many people
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