If they’re legitimate, they’ll answer
“We can get scared as women to ask questions,” states Dr. Joy. “If something doesn’t feel right, ask a question. You don’t have to stop at one question. They shouldn’t just be telling you to do stuff and they don’t have data to support it.” As an important reminder, companies who prioritize diversity tend to see higher returns than those who don’t, so don’t let employers make you feel it’s you who needs them, when it’s actually them who need you.