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The Punishment Gap

The Data Series, Issue 3
We are all fallible. But do we all face equal consequences for our workplace mistakes?
Although the majority of modern movements advocating for women’s equality concentrate on employment-related concerns, such as pay disparity, there is a variant of gender bias that has largely remained unnoticed: the punishment gap in the workplace.

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Re: Human Error. We Live in a Punitive World.

The Data Series, Issue 1
“In my department, we refrain from disciplining team members who make inadvertent human errors or mistakes.”
Particularly for those with a safety background, this statement is aspirational. To create a learning culture within an organization, leaders and peers must create a psychologically safe space for team members to raise their hands and say, “I’ve made a mistake.”

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