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Equalities | 14.12.2016
Let's talk about Racism at Work - survey
The TUC is launching an online survey to expose the everyday reality of racism faced by many Black workers. This is the first time that a survey of this kind has been carried out across the trade union movement and we want to get a large response.
The trade union movement is committed to eradicating racism in the workplace. However, for many workers experiencing racism at work is part of their everyday life. This may take the form of racial harassment from a manager, colleague, customer, or client and can result in being denied access to promotion or training.
We are asking non-unionised as well as unionised workers to complete the survey. The information provided will be treated in confidence and the survey can be completed anonymously.
We are also keen to hear from anyone who has witnessed any form of racial harassment or discrimination.
If you have any questions please contact Wilf Sullivan firstname.lastname@example.org or Natasha Owusu email@example.com
Please circulate and complete this short survey on Racism at Work
Thank you for your support.