Charlottesville commission on human rights, diversity2 013

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Charlottesville commission on human rights, diversity2 013

  1. 1. Determining Need for Commission• Nielsen and Nelson (2005) continue:• "Deciding whether or not one should make a complaint internally within the organization, to a Federal Agency, to a lawyer, or even to ones friends and family involves complicated processes. ... In the Rutgers study …, more than a third (34%) of those who reported unfair treatment in the workplace did not do anything (Dixon et al., 2002, p. 15). Although they also may complain to friends, family members, or people in the office;" 4% "quit;" and 2% "confronted the person." Only 3% said they "sued" the company or their co-worker" (p. 19).

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