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Intersectionality in the Workplace

Learn how factors like race, gender, sexuality, economic status, education level, and disability status can impact an employee’s point of view and workplace experience.

People with disabilities who are also members of other marginalized communities, such as certain racial and ethnic groups or the LGBTQI+ community, are considered to be “multiply marginalized.” This research-to-practice brief explores ways employers can support employees with intersecting identities. It includes statistical information and “action steps” for employers.