The damage of discrimination

"It appears there's evidence for what psychologists call aversive racism," Pallais explained. "When you're biased toward someone, you speak less to them, you're more hesitant to speak to them and you're less friendly toward them because you're uncomfortable with them.
Based on data collected from a French grocery store chain, a new Harvard study has found that when minority workers were far less efficient in a handful of important metrics when working with biased managers.