Akron Business and Economic Review
As increased numbers of blacks enter jobs from which they were formerly excluded, concerns about whether they can perform the work and interact successfully with peers, subordinates, and superiors have been expressed. This study examines a large organization that has been racially mixed through top management for over ten years. The author identifies and examines trust differences between black and white exempt employees (supervisors, managers and professionals) toward superiors, peers, and top management.
Scott, Dow. Trust Differences Between Blacks and Whites in an Organizational Setting. Akron Business and Economic Review, 13, 2: 11-16, 1982. Retrieved from Loyola eCommons, School of Business: Faculty Publications and Other Works,
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