According to Mental Health America and The Faas Foundation,only 19% of Americans are happy in the workplace. In addition to feeling unappreciated, they feel voiceless, they find it difficult to navigate challenging situations, and find a path toward advancement – particularly women.
Race and culture also play a role.
– 38% of Black workers in the United States
– 36% of Asian
– 28% of Latino
– 28% of White workers, do not feel that their workplace is a
conducive environment for conversations about race and culture.
Worker dissatisfaction is a global issue. CIPD finds that in the UK alone, BAME (Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic Groups) workers are significantly more likely than White British counterparts to say they need to change aspects of their
behaviour to fit in, particularly those from Indian, Pakistani, or Bangladeshi