2022
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-030-98048-1_3
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Homosexual Collaborators’ Perception About Discrimination by the Organization and/or Peers: A Case Study

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“…Formal discrimination is understood as a set of procedures that aim to restrict and condition the worker who runs the risk of, for example, not being selected for an interview or not being hired for a particular job (Levine and Leonard 1984;Machado and Vilarinho 2022). Thus, analyzing the initial stages of access to the labor market, a study involving countries such as Canada, the USA, Sweden, Greece, Cyprus, and Austria, concluded that approximately 20% of the homosexual workers interviewed claimed to have been passed over in the recruitment and selection stages (Drydakis 2014).…”
Section: Discrimination In the Workplacementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Formal discrimination is understood as a set of procedures that aim to restrict and condition the worker who runs the risk of, for example, not being selected for an interview or not being hired for a particular job (Levine and Leonard 1984;Machado and Vilarinho 2022). Thus, analyzing the initial stages of access to the labor market, a study involving countries such as Canada, the USA, Sweden, Greece, Cyprus, and Austria, concluded that approximately 20% of the homosexual workers interviewed claimed to have been passed over in the recruitment and selection stages (Drydakis 2014).…”
Section: Discrimination In the Workplacementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Harassment and bullying in the workplace have harmful consequences for the lives of homosexual workers (Bohan 1996;Machado and Vilarinho 2022). According to Sears and Mallory (2011) and Ozeren (2014), the main consequences are lower productivity, combined with a decrease in organizational satisfaction and commitment.…”
Section: Discrimination In the Workplacementioning
confidence: 99%