Participants needed for research in Organizational Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Disabled LGBTQ+ Employees
April 01, 2021
We are looking for volunteers over the age of 15 and who either have a visible or non-visible disability to take part in a study of Disabled Canadian LGBTQ+ employees about their views on their organization’s diversity, equity, and inclusion policies, practices, and culture.
As a participant in this study, you would be asked to: complete an anonymous online survey with questions relating to your basic demographic information, your perception of your organizational efforts on diversity, equity, inclusion, and safety at work.
Your participation is entirely voluntary and would take up approximately 15 minutes of your time. By participating in this study, you will help us to understand the current state of diversity, equity, and inclusion practices and the impact they have on psychological safety in the Canadian workplace. This will allow data driven recommendations for organizations to implement to foster a holistic workplace.
To learn more about this study, or to participate in this study, please contact:
Stormy Marshall, Masters of Business Administration student, Athabasca University email@example.com or (587) 899-8112.
This study is supervised by: Glenn Coltman, Centre for Innovative Management, Athabasca University, at Glenn.Coltman@fb.athabascau.ca and (902) 233-6950.
This study has been approved by the Athabasca University Research Ethics Board Ethics (File No.: 24260).