How to Deal with Favoritism?

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Favoritism is when special treatment is given to a certain person. If favoritism occurs between family or loved ones, talking to the person playing favorites may help resolve the situation. Some people are unaware that they are showing favoritism and being show that they are may help the situation. If favoritism is shown in the workplace, talking to a higher-up about the situation may help this favoritism stop within the organization. If a supervisor or manager is showing favoritism, talking to a higher manager may help.
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