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Henneman, Todd. Though companies could completely divorce themselves from anything to do with religion, many say that the faith-based employee resource groups complement their workforce-diversity goals and contribute to the bottom line.
Heathfield, Susan M. Honoring and appreciating the diverse needs, skills, talents and contributions of people is critical, and acknowledging similarities and likenesses creates a starting point for understanding and appreciating diversity...
Diversity issues related to race, gender, age, disabilities religion, job title, physical appearance, sexual orientation, nationality, multiculturism, competency, training, experience, and personal habits are explored in these links. The bias in these...
Carlsen, Ann. Is it possible that a company’s policies are viewed differently by different minority groups within its overall employee base?
May 2009. ‘Holding Women Back,’ based on responses from 12,800 leaders in 76 countries, finds that women face gender discrimination from the very beginning of their careers. Employers need to have objective performance management standards in place.
Raasch, Janet Ellen. Have You Been 'Duded' Yet? Bridging the Generation Gaps in Today’s Law Firms. Originally, US law firms were composed mostly of members of a single generation and only one gender. Today law firms can include members of four differen
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