Perceived discrimination of Māori and Pacific employees in Aotearoa/New Zealand: work and well-being consequences (2023)

Recent research of 585 Maori and Pacific employees across a wide range of industries showed high levels of perceived discrimination, with higher job stress, job anxiety and job depression, as well as a decline in job satisfaction and work engagement. Only 6.4% of Māori employees and 4.1% of Pacific employees reported experiencing no discrimination at all. Workplace support helped buffer perceived discrimination. 

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