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Workplace Discrimination and Unconscious Bias Persists, Despite Widespread Adoption of Diversity & Inclusion Policies Finds American Management Association Survey

NEW YORK, June 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ --A Does your company discriminate against workers based on age, race or gender? Is unconscious bias hurting your team? As the results of this year's American Management Association (AMA) Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Survey affirm, simply having a diversity & inclusion (D&I) policy in place does not effectively solve the problem of discriminatory practices, whether deliberate or unwitting.
Workplace Discrimination and Unconscious Bias Persists, Despite Widespread Adoption of Diversity & Inclusion Policies Finds American Management Association Survey
Conducted in June, this survey attracted responses from across the countrya??with New York, California, and Texas among the top states reportinga??and a variety of industries. The results reflect the need to raise awareness of bias A in the workplace and make a company-wide investment in changing attitudes and behaviors to overcome this issue and foster collaboration, respect, and trust. Of the more than 700 participants, comprised of both AMA members and non-member customers, 66% work for an organization that has an official D&I policy. Yet, only 40% of respondents think that policy is being properly implemented. 45% of the respondents were managers. Nearly 56% self-identified as white, 12% as black or African American, and 70% as female. Among the survey's findings:
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