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Description
There are few quantitative studies that show the workplace is experienced in a different way
by employees with disabilities. This article by Ralph Fevre, Amanda Robinson, Duncan Lewis, and Trevor Jones of Cardiff University fills this gap using data from the British Workplace Behaviour Survey, which found that employees with disabilities and long-term illnesses were more likely to suffer ill-treatment in the workplace and experienced a broader range of ill-treatment. Different types of disability were associated with different types of ill-treatment. The survey also showed who employees with disabilities blamed for their ill-treatment and why they believed the ill-treatment had occurred.
Category
Article
Country of origin
Ireland
Milestone
IO1