by Dino Flammia
Originally published: May 17, 2017
The good news: Sensitivity to workplace discrimination, and the likelihood of workers reporting this type of behavior, are at high levels in the Garden State.
The bad news: 1 in 5 New Jersey working adults “very often” or “occasionally” hear things at work that might be considered offensive to racial and ethnic minorities.
Those findings and more make up a survey on diversity from Lawrenceville-based Taft Communications in conjunction with the New Jersey Business & Industry Association.