AUTHORS: Allison Scott, Ph.D. Freada Kapor Klein, Ph.D. Uriridiakoghene Onovakpuri, MBA CONTRIBUTORS:. DeRenzy, E. and Kelly, S.
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Unfairness-based turnover in tech is a \$16B a year problem. We have all heard the anecdotes: high profile stories of people leaving jobs in tech and detailing graphic accounts of toxic work environments characterized by bullying, stereotyping, sexual harassment, and racial bias. Although headline-worthy, how common are these accounts across the tech sector? Do these experiences affect retention? Does workplace culture create a revolving door for underrepresented groups? To date, there have been no representative studies of tech workplace cultures or what experiences drive employees out of the door.
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	title = {{AUTHORS}: {Allison} {Scott}, {Ph}.{D}. {Freada} {Kapor} {Klein}, {Ph}.{D}. {Uriridiakoghene} {Onovakpuri}, {MBA} {CONTRIBUTORS}:},
	abstract = {Unfairness-based turnover in tech is a \$16B a year problem. We have all heard the anecdotes: high profile stories of people leaving jobs in tech and detailing graphic accounts of toxic work environments characterized by bullying, stereotyping, sexual harassment, and racial bias. Although headline-worthy, how common are these accounts across the tech sector? Do these experiences affect retention? Does workplace culture create a revolving door for underrepresented groups? To date, there have been no representative studies of tech workplace cultures or what experiences drive employees out of the door.},
	language = {en},
	author = {DeRenzy, Elizabeth and Kelly, Susan},
	pages = {27}
}
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