What does it mean to be an "other" in the workplace?
Everyone has complex and multiple identities that define both how they see themselves and how others perceive them. These include personal attributes such as gender, race, ethnicity, or nationality and are lenses through which people view the world. The more different someone is and feels from their workgroup or workplace as a whole, the more they may feel like the "other" at the table.
This report examines the experience of otherness in the US workplace and focuses on how people with multiple sources of otherness in a workplace are impacted in terms of their opportunities, advancement, and aspirations.