Anti-bias training widespread in R.I.

LONGTIME TRAINER: Judy Kaye, owner of Providence-based Kaye Training & Consulting, has been working as a consultant with small and large employers, as well as individuals, on diversity and racial-bias training for 25 years.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
LONGTIME TRAINER: Judy Kaye, owner of Providence-based Kaye Training & Consulting, has been working as a consultant with small and large employers, as well as individuals, on diversity and racial-bias training for 25 years. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Even before Starbucks closed its doors May 29 for an afternoon of mandatory racial-diversity training for all employees, many small-business owners and human resources managers at larger companies in Rhode Island recognized the need for anti-bias training. The incident that precipitated the Starbucks action, which affected 8,000 stores and 175,000 employees, involved an employee calling…

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