Contrast in-group favoritism and out-group bias. How do they impede diversity?
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In-group favoritism addresses the people who are part of a group and are given special treatment and consideration because they are part of the group. This could be simply being invited into a meeting or to go to lunch. It could be as complex as being part of a team and having more responsibility and leadership roles than others who are not part of the leadership group.
Out-group bias, in contrast, is the group that is not favored in any way and seldom is considered for jobs, teams, ...
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