Your experiences as a new employee with a disability could make a difference to others!
Researchers want to better understand and educate others about how people with disabilities develop social relationships when starting a new job. They’re asking for people with disabilities who have recently started a new job to share their experiences!
An opportunity to share your experiences as a new employee with a disability. Researchers are interested in learning how to better understand and educate others about how people with disablities develop social relationships when starting a new job.
People with disabilities who have recently started a new job.
Complete 4 electronic surveys over a span of 3 months, with assistance if needed. The surveys will include questions about:
- How you communicate about your disability
- Ways you seek support from coworkers
- How satisfied you are
- Your engagement and performance at work
- Demographic information, including characteristics of your disability
Participants will be paid $15.00 ($5.00 for each survey after the first).
Learn More and Get Started
To learn more and get started, visit the Identity Management Techniques During Workplace Socialization consent form.
About This Study
This study is the result of a collaboration between faculty members at Rice University, University of Colorado-Boulder, University of Minnesota, York University, and the University of Houston-Downtown. It will result in a published academic paper on the employment experiences of employees with disabilities.