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“Required reading for HR professionals, senior leaders and just about everyone in business.”
Robert Jeffery
Editor, People Management

“Sadly, racial bias still permeates society today, Binna’s book challenges us to find a new dialogue to help change attitudes in the workplace and beyond.“
Mary Appleton
Editor in Chief, Changeboard

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“I loved Binna’s book. Such wisdom and a great read.”
The Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP
Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

“This evidence based approach makes it essential reading for policy makers, CEOs and HR professionals. But more importantly Kandola’s practical list of actions reminds us that we all have a part to play in building a just and equal society”
Barbara Roche
Former Minister for Women and Equalities

“A thought provoking account of the complexities of racism at work and the impact bias behaviour has either at a conscious and unconscious level. A must read for all organisations and individuals who are involved or curious about diversity in the workplace.”
Tola Ayoola
Cabinet Office

“A radical and invaluable read for anyone working in this field.”
Rob Neil
Interim Chair of the Civil Service Race Forum, Ministry of Justice

“This book shows how fairness is often undermined by bias and unprofessionalism and why action is needed in organisations to address the scourge of modern racism”
Alison Maitland
co-Author, Future Work and Why Women Mean Business, and specialist in leadership, inclusion and the new world of work

“We need to be reminded of our unintended capacity for bias and all those involved in leading organisations, or managing and developing talent within them should read this book”
Debbie Carter
Editor-in-Chief, Training Journal

“This book takes a laser-like focus on the observable effects and facets of race in the workplace. Highly recommended for diversity and leadership practitioners”
Karen Higginbottom
Freelance contributor to and Thomson Reuters

“Arguably the most insightful observer of diversity & inclusion issues in the workplace today, Binna Kandola delivers too many “Yes!” moments to count”
DeeDee Doke
Editor, Recruiter magazine

“This book sets new heights in thought leadership focusing on the harsh realities of racism in the workplace. An essential for read for everyone working in the field of culture, diversity and inclusion.”
Arun Batra
Ernst & Young LLP

“Binna Kandola’s deeply insightful book, shows that racism is unfortunately still very much alive today. It’s time that racism be openly examined and discussed. Let’s get going… read this book, reflect, share with others, and join forces to lessen racial biases.”
Lisa Kepinski
Inclusion Institute

“Binna Kandola’s book is a clarion call to become more informed, understanding, compassionate self and organizationally aware. If we take the opportunity to learn from him, our lives and workplaces will be richer for it.”
Karen Murphy
Facing History and Ourselves

“This is an important insight to behaviours and one which should be read not just by those tasked in HR roles but by all those involved in recruitment processes.”
John O’Brien MBE
The ONE HUNDRED agency, Omnicom

“A timely and well evidenced book that challenges us to rethink how we perceive racism in the 21st century. A must read for all senior leaders and anyone that has influence over other people’s careers.”
Uzma Hamid-Dizier
Slaughter and May

“This book provides a practical, yet nuanced approach to an urgent topic.”
Claudia Hammond
Presenter ‘All in the Mind’

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Book details

Title: Racism at Work: The Danger of Indifference
Author: Binna Kandola
ISBN: 978-0-9562318-8-8
Language: English
First Published: 6 March 2018
Publisher: Pearn Kandola Publishing
Format: Print

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