PublisherBoston College School of Social Work
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AbstractWorking in Partnership with the United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley, Work Equity at the Boston College Center for Social Innovation invited leaders from for-profit (n = 298) and non-profit (n = 733) organizations to respond to the Workplace Equity Survey in September and October of 2021. Key informants (one per organization) from 178 organizations completed the survey for a response rate of 17%. 87% of the organizations were nonprofit, 3% were government public agencies, 7% were for profit, and the remainder were “other” types of organizations. The Boston Workplace Equity survey included questions about a number of important issues, including the pressures on their organizations, the perceived equity of their organizational systems, the availability of flexible job structures which employees might be able to use? as they adjust to the volatile business environment, and organizational resilience. This research highlights focuses on the respondents’ perspectives about equity at the workplace.
Table of ContentsSection I: Introduction. Section II: Equity of Organizational Systems. Section III: Equitable Access to Flexible Job Structures and Organizational Equity. Section IV: Organizational Resilience and Equity of Organizational Systems. Conclusion. Appendix A.
CitationBradley, S., Christensen, K., Pitt-Catsouphes, M., & McNamara, T. (2021). Equity at the Workplace: A Moment in Time and Place. Boston College School of Social Work.
SponsorsCenter of Social Innovation at Boston College.
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Discrimination in employment
Surveys and Questionnaires
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