If someone does something well in the workplace, do you publicly praise them regardless of their race?

Public praise

Public recognition creates a low turnover in the workplace (HR online, 2019). 

A recent survey by ApolloTechnical found more than 91% HR professionals believe recognition and reward makes employees more likely to stay.

However, ethnically diverse colleagues can often feel as though they have to work harder than other colleagues to be publicly recognised. 

The Halo Effect is a term used to describe how, at times, different characteristics can make an individual more or less likely to receve public recognition or positive appraisals.

Recognition is a powerful thing.