Antisemitism in the workplace survey launched

Employability charity Work Avenue is spearheading the research


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Work Avenue, a leading employment and business support organisation in the Jewish community, is urging people to fill in a new survey investigating antisemitism in the workplace.

The initiative seeks to ascertain if members of the community have encountered antisemitic actions or comments at work in the wake of the October 7 attacks and Israel-Hamas war. It also asks about supportive behaviour received from colleagues or clients in this period.

Work Avenue CEO Debbie Lebrett said: “It is important that as many people take part as possible – from all sections of the Jewish community – in order to collate an accurate representation of what is happening.

“There is a national conversation about the rising levels of antisemitism in the UK, but the workplace and business environments are often neglected. What we are doing seeks to the address that.”

She urged everyone to fill in the survey and share it with others, so as to reach as many people as possible.

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