Workers’ Compensation

Ca. Workers' Comp. Quarterly Vol. 36, No. 1, 2023

Implicit Bias and the LGBTQI+ Community

LAURA CHIYONO ROSENTHAL, ESQ.

SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA

Note: This article is based on an August 6, 2022, webinar presentation by Laura Chiyono Rosenthal and Nancy Hill, sponsored by the Workers’ Compensation Section of the CLA.

Bias is prejudice: a preconceived judgment or opinion. Bias against an individual person or a group of people can be implicit (implied) or explicit (fully expressed). It can arise from a number of factors, including our personal backgrounds, attitudes and experiences. Learning the sources of negative bias is important to interrupting and correcting related discriminatory behavior.

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