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BAME Candidates Don’t Get Given “Winnable” Seats

The Horizons Tracker

The local public opinion on diversity was then measured using the answers on race and immigration from the British Election Study, the European Social Survey, the British Social Attitudes survey, and the European and World Values studies. Gradual improvement.

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Do They See the Leader You’re Trying to Be?

The Practical Leader

Regular team/organization engagement or attitude surveys through a third party. Review the results with the people who have completed the survey to clarify their feedback. Get them involved in making the improvements they’re suggesting.

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Hiring Discrimination Against Black Americans Hasn’t Declined in 25 Years

Harvard Business Review

Attitude surveys indicate that overtly prejudicial beliefs have declined, and endorsement of the principles of equal treatment regardless of race has increased. What might account for the stubborn persistence of hiring discrimination? At first glance, our findings seem to contradict other trends.

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One Weird Trick to Save $345 Billion

Harvard Business Review

According to the 2012 Taxpayer Attitude Survey, 87 percent of Americans believe that cheating on taxes is wrong. Moreover, 95 percent of those surveyed reported that their personal integrity affects their honest reporting on tax forms.

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A Working from Home Experiment Shows High Performers Like It Better

Harvard Business Review

The home-workers also reported substantially higher work satisfaction and less “work exhaustion” in a psychological attitudes survey. Third, the rate of staff turnover fell sharply for the home-workers, dropping by almost 50% compared to the control group.

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The 4 Dimensions of Digital Trust, Charted Across 42 Countries

Harvard Business Review

As we explained earlier, user behavior is more relevant as a trust measure than what users report in attitude surveys. So, in the chart below we decided to compare two things – users’ behavior against their environment/experience. The last two correlate well, so it made sense to combine them.

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