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Women in the Workplace Research Project

 

Are you a woman?

 

Do you work?

 

The Good Doctors have some questions for you,

if you don’t mind…

 

 

 

Drs. Donnelly and Hinson are deeply invested in the scope of issues facing women in the workplace. With the high profile cases of harassment brought to light from the #metoo and Time’s Up movements, longstanding issues around harassment, assault, and gender bias are front and center in the news media and in the office. The Good Doctors are aware that while these high profile cases of individual perpetrators are gaining much needed attention, women in the workplace face systemic and pervasive bias, harassment, and assault throughout all fields and industries.

 

While organizations are addressing issues of bias and harassment in a range of industries, Drs. Donnelly and Hinson are interested in collecting the stories of individual women who have experienced any form of gender-based bias or harassment at work. Participating in conversations both off and online, the Good Doctors realized the need for a comprehensive research study looking into these experiences.

 

As a result, they have created a survey with the hopes of giving women a safe space to share their stories and collect valuable information on workplace harassment. They invite wide participation – if you know someone who should be a part of this, please share it with them! We are currently limiting the project to those who identify as women, but there are future phases planned.

 

 

 

If you are interested in participating in the survey, you can find it here.

 

If you have any questions or concerns about participating, please feel free to contact either Dr. Donnelly or Dr. Hinson here.

 

Abbey Research may use this data for research reports, articles, and blogs in the future. Participation is voluntary and can be withdrawn at any time. Participants’ identities will be kept completely anonymous and any direct quotes used from the comments will be reported pseudonymously in perpetuity. This research is open to anyone who identifies as a woman, regardless of gender assignment at birth.

 

 

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