In a month devoted to looking back at how we got here; in a month devoted to remembering the people that thought the status quo wasn’t enough; in a month that is shorter than its other 11 brothers; Americans across the country are reminded that equality is something we must always fight for if we wish to keep our freedom and inalienable rights as citizens on earth.
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Millennials might not see it. From our survey and focus group data, most Millennial Generation employees don’t think they are individually being discriminated against. Our statistical analyses, however, suggest differences in the relationship by race and by gender. We didn’t have enough participants to make confident statements about sexual orientation, however, the little research we have suggests serious problems with the relationship between LGBT employees and their agency employers.
The following results are from a national study of Millennial employees I conducted with Pat Curtin and Kelli Matthews at the University of Oregon. The size of the public relations agency had no bearing on the results.