US college faculties feel respected at work: Study!
News by Editorial Team 13 Feb 2020
According to a recent survey conducted by Gallup and Inside Higher Ed, dated 10 February 2020, about 38% of college faculty members felt they were respected at work. The survey conducted on about 1,900 tenured, non-tenured, tenure track faculty members stated full-time and tenured professors would be less likely to feel respected. The report also threw light on the fact respect is directly related to discrimination and harassment cases within the campus. The survey report also identified bullying, one of the most aggressive forms of disrespect, is widespread at various workplaces including education institutions.