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Why one lawyer thinks no companies have created an 'inclusive' environment yet

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Yahoo Finance sits down with Lauren Stiller Rikleen, Author of 'The Shield of Silence: How Power Perpetuates a Culture of Harassment and Bullying in the Workplace' and former law firm partner to discuss workplace culture. She believes a company will know it's on its way to creating an inclusive culture when they have "leadership that is very engaged...wants to know what's happening, and that there is a reporting system in place." However, in her opinion, no company has done all that just yet.