Employees with a disability were less likely to say that leaders were opento feedback.Employees with a disability answered most questions more negatively than thosewithout, after controlling for other factors (see Annex I: Findings by demographic group- overview analysis). In line with this pattern, 74% of employees with a disability saidthat leaders within their organisation were open to feedback, rising to 84% of thosewithout a disability.

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