‘The boundaries have broken’: Employers deal with the reality of workers bringing their ‘whole selves’

Kayla (name has been changed), 24, has had a rough couple of days. She works in a “very corporate, very public company. ” On Monday night, after protests continued all over the country over George Floyd’s murder, she, along with a multitude of employees, emailed her boss and higher-ups for a statement. They responded, declining to make one. Simply: They didn’t feel comfortable making one, and they didn’t think it was their job to do so. “We expect at least this much from our companies,” Kayla said.

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