WEBINAR

Unveiling the Reality: Ethnic Minority Stress in the Workplace

How Ethnic Minority Stress Impacts Workplaces and How to Tackle This? 

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What you will learn from the webinar

Have you ever wondered why some colleagues might seem disengaged and withdrawn? It might not be due to a lack of effort, but a hidden factor impacting their well-being.

Join us for a powerful session featuring Muneeza Rosendahl, CEO of The Association Equal Access (Foreningen Lige Adgang). Muneeza will shed light on a critical but often overlooked issue: Ethnic Minority Stress in the Workplace.

Here’s why you should attend:

A Deep Dive into a Recent Report:

The Association Equal Access released a concerning report in November 2023 on the state of ethnic minority employee well-being in Denmark. We’ll explore the report’s findings, including:

  • 74.7% of ethnic minority employees report their well-being suffers due to prejudice, comments, and "jokes."
  • A staggering 90.1% experience emotional distress like anxiety, anger, and powerlessness.

Understanding Minority Stress: Muneeza will explain what minority stress is, its consequences, and the impact it has on employees and the workplace.

Taking Action Together: We’ll explore actionable steps for colleagues, leaders, and organizations to prevent and mitigate minority stress, developing a more inclusive and welcoming work environment.

Time: 30th April 2024, 10AM – 11 AM CET

Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights and empower yourself to create a positive change!

Speakers

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Muneeza Rosendahl (She/Her), CEO, The Association of Equal Access (Foreningen Lige Adgang)

Muneeza is a certified diversity and inclusion facilitator and have been working with DEIB strategically and practically since 2017. The Association of Equal Access has helped bridge the gap between ethnic minorities and the Danish labor market since 1998.

Moderator

Pil Byriel, CEO

Pil Byriel (She/Her), Co-Founder & CEO, Develop Diverse

Pil is the Co-Founder and CEO of Develop Diverse. Pil advises companies and organizations on diversity and inclusion, as well as unconscious bias. She also advises the network ‘International Women-in-Tech’ on D&I. Before Develop Diverse, she worked with employee engagement at Peakon. 

Her mission is to create equal opportunities in the workplace and beyond through inclusive communicationShe is a public speaker and has given countless talks and workshops about unconscious bias in recruitment and in the workplace. 

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