When Your Colleague Believes Discrimination at Work Doesn’t Exist

Fatima Goss Graves, president and CEO of the National Women’s Law Center, agreed. “It cannot fall only on women to raise concern about a company’s poor culture because it’s not just a problem for women,” she told the Cut by phone. “If you have a culture that is undermining the advancement of women in your organization, it’s a problem for the whole organization.” This means upper management getting ahead of controversies like the ones started at companies like GoogleTesla, and Uber this year, and committing to transparency on how hiring is done, how harassment is handled, and where blind spots and biases might lurk.