‘Onlys’ may be a symptom of diversity issues, hiring bias

While they tend to be highly driven, Onlys are also more likely to consider leaving their jobs due to the stress of being an Only. In fact, female Onlys are 1.5 times more likely to consider leaving their jobs, taking their knowledge and experience with them.

By Ann Potratz J.J. Keller & Associates
BUSINESS


The only woman in a department full of men. The only minority in a predominantly white company. The only nonnative English speaker in a meeting. The only man in a field typically dominated by women. In any situation, it’s easy to imagine that being an...

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