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63% of LGBTQ people have faced employment discrimination: report

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A newly released report on the findings of a survey of 2,000 people in the U.S. who identify as LGBTQ says 63 percent of respondents have faced workplace discrimination in their career, 45 percent reported being “passed over” for a promotion due to their LGBTQ status, and 30 percent avoid “coming out” at work due to fear of discrimination.

The report, called “Unequal Opportunities: LGBTQ+ Discrimination In The Workplace,” was conducted by EduBirdie, a company that provides s professional essay writing service for students. “The research shows basic acceptance remains elusive,” a statement released by the company says. “Thirty percent of LGBTQ+ people are concerned they will face discrimination if they come out at work, while 1 in 4 fear for their safety,” the statement says. “Alarmingly, 2 in 5 have had their orientation or identity disclosed without consent.” Avery Morgan, an EduBirdie official, says in the statement, “Despite progress in LGBTQ+ human rights, society stigma persists.

Our findings show 70% of LGBTQ+ people feel lonely, misunderstood, marginalized, or excluded at work, and 59% believe their sexual orientation or gender identity has hindered their careers.” According to Morgan, “One of the biggest challenges businesses should be aware of is avoiding tokenism and appearing inauthentic in their actions.

Employers must be genuine with their decisions to bring a more diverse workforce into the organization.” The report includes these additional findings: • 44% of LGBTQ people responding to the survey said they have quit a job due to lack of acceptance. • 15% reported facing discrimination “going unaddressed” by their employer. • 21% “choose not to report incidents that occur at work.” • 44% of LGBTQ+ workers feel their company is bad at raising awareness about their struggles. • Half of LGBTQ+ people change their appearance, voice, or mannerisms to fit in at work. • 56% of LGBTQ+ people would be more comfortable coming out at work if they had a more

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