Unchecked antisemitism and bias in the workplace inevitably affect employees and lead to a non-inclusive work culture that normalizes hate. We work with businesses and organizations of all types to provide support, resources and training to help promote workplaces where all employees thrive.
With antisemitism on the rise, it is time for workplaces to join the fight against bias and hatred and ensure that addressing antisemitism and the experiences of Jewish employees are part of organizational culture and workplace diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) strategy.
ADL’s 2022 Audit of Antisemitic Incidents recorded 3,697 incidents of assault, harassment and vandalism against Jews in the U.S. — the highest number since ADL began tracking in 1979. An ADL survey in 2021 found that 63% of Jews had experienced or witnessed an antisemitic incident in the past five years and that business establishments were the fourth most frequent location where antisemitic incidents took place. Seventy-five percent of Jews say that there is more antisemitism than there was five years ago, and 53% feel less safe, according to the Pew Research Center’s Survey of Jewish Americans.
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