small- to medium-sized businesses (sme) sometimes simply do not have the infrastructure or need for defining and implementing an official diversity & inclusion policy. depending on the actual size of the workforce, ranging from 1 to perhaps 500, there may be no one in the business giving thought to such a policy.

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who am i?

probably a question almost everyone struggles to get their head around at some point in their lives. finding and formulating an answer to give definition to the whole concept of being someone i am comfortable with not only takes time and lots of thought,

making a decision to buy a train ticket does not require a great deal of consideration, does it? well, unless you have to travel for business purposes and a travel policy made by someone somewhere dictates otherwise.

i never knew i would have to go through almost two years' of humiliation, mobbing, extreme depression and a lost of self-esteem once i casually mentioned that i'd be bringing my 'partner' to the company's year-end function. never shall the twain meet, right? so right in so many ways.

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