A new study has found that women of color are encountering obstacles at many accounting firms and that efforts at encouraging diversity often do not work.

People of color, including African-Americans, Asians and Latinas, feel less included in the accounting firm work environment than do whites, according to a survey by Catalyst Research of 1,424 respondents. They are more likely to perceive low expectations from their managers and double standards regarding performance evaluation.

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