美國雇主點評網站Glassdoor:美國過半數員工表示在職場中看過或遭受過歧視

                                        發布時間:2019年11月06日    信息來源:人力資源市場觀察

                                        (2019年10月31日,/HRoot.com/)近日,美國雇主點評網站Glassdoor的一項調查顯示,超過一半(61%)的美國員工目睹或經歷了某種形式的基于年齡、種族、性別或LGBTQ身份的職場歧視。

                                        調查發現,從具體的歧視形式來看,有45%的受訪者目睹或經歷了年齡歧視,種族歧視(42%)、性別歧視(42%)和LGBTQ歧視(33%)排在之后三位。

                                        Glassdoor的調查涵蓋1,100多名美國員工。

                                        調查發現,年齡在18至34歲的年輕員工更有可能經歷或目睹過以上四種歧視。

                                        但是,有77%的受訪者表示他們的公司雇用了多元化的員工,還有64%的員工表示,與過去一年相比,他們的公司在多元化和包容性方面的投資更多。

                                        另外,Glassdoor發現,自2018年以來,與美國多元化和包容性相關的職位空缺增加了30%,約開設了810個職位。

                                        調查顯示,仍有55%的美國員工認為他們的公司應該做更多的事來增加多樣性和包容性。這種想法在Z世代和千禧一代員工中更為普遍,有62%的受訪者表示他們的公司應該有更多行動。

                                        除美國外,Glassdoor還對英國、法國和德國的員工進行了調查。但是美國員工目睹或經歷以上四類歧視的百分比最高,為61%。這一比例在英國為55%,法國降至43%,在德國則降至37%。

                                        MORE THAN HALF OF US EMPLOYEES REPORT SEEING OR EXPERIENCING DISCRIMINATION

                                        (Oct.31, 2019, /staffingindustry.com/)More than half of US employees, 61%, have witnessed or experienced some form of workplace discrimination based on age, race, gender or LGBTQ identity, according to a survey by Glassdoor.

                                        Looking at specific forms of discrimination, the survey found that 45% reported witnessing or experiencing ageism, 42% reported racism, 42% reported gender discrimination and 33% reported LGBTQ discrimination.

                                        Glassdoor’s survey included more than 1,100 US employees.

                                        Younger workers, those between the ages of 18 and 34, are more likely to have experienced or witnessed the four types of discrimination.

                                        However, 77% of employees responded that their companies employ a diverse workforce, and 64% said their companies are investing more in diversity and inclusion now than in past year.

                                        Separately, Glassdoor found that job openings for roles related to diversity and inclusion in the US have increased 30% since last year with approximately 810 jobs open across the country.

                                        Still, 55% of US workers believe their companies should do more to increase diversity and inclusion efforts, according to the survey. This sentiment was even more prevalent among Gen Z and millennial employees, with 62% saying their companies should do more.

                                        In addition to the US, Glassdoor also surveyed employees in the UK, France and Germany. But the US had the highest percent of workers, 61%, reporting they witnessed or experienced discrimination in the four categories. In the UK, 55% said the same. The percent fell to 43% in France and 37% in Germany.

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