After Oscar winner Frances McDormand turned #InclusionRider into a buzz word overnight, the question arose whether a high-profile employee outside of the entertainment industry might seek a similar demand.

In the entertainment business, the inclusion rider is an effective means for a celebrity to ensure that more women and minorities are engaged on productions, according to Ivy Kagan Bierman, a partner at Loeb & Loeb in Los Angeles. Bierman focuses her work on employment and other business matters in the industry.

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