One in five have received verbal or physical abuse at work’ new research reveals
A growing number of Black and Asian workers are experiencing racism at work new research reveals.
Research by business psychology firm, Pearn Kandola, has revealed that a 60 per cent of black and 42 per cent of Asian people have experienced racism at work, as opposed to just 14 per cent of white people.
One in five (20 per cent) of those have received verbal or physical abuse, while nearly a third (29 per cent) feel that they have been intentionally excluded from work or social events because of their race.
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