Hostile behaviour toward people with a visible difference on the rise – study

The charity’s research also found just over a quarter of people with a visible difference have been stared at whilst at work, while nearly one in five reported that they have been passed over for development opportunities, promotion, wage increases or client/customer contact in the workplace.

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