New Heldrich Research Study: A Workplace Divided in 2023

August 29, 2023

Read the executive summary and first chapter of A Workplace Divided in 2023, a research study conducted by the Heldrich Center for Workforce Development with support from WorkRise at the Urban Institute. The study captures the perceptions and experiences of racial and ethnic discrimination at work with a nationally representative survey sample of 3,277 full- and part-time U.S. workers. The findings will be used to engage stakeholders, inform program development and policy change, and guide future research to promote equitable workplaces and economic mobility. A Workplace Divided builds on the Heldrich Center’s long history of systematic survey research on workforce policies and practices. Follow the project research page for future releases of additional report chapters, policy briefs, and collaboration opportunities.

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