Further, authors examine a multitude of organizational situations in which the complications of diversity surface - many of which cross race, gender, ethnic, and other socially constructed boundaries. Managing the Organizational Melting Pot draws examples not only from the United States, but also looks at situations from Canada, Britain, and the Middle East. Students, scholars, and managers who want to prepare themselves to deal with the challenges presented by a multicultural workforce will find this beneficial reading. In addition, researchers interested in conducting research in diversity management will find this an up-to-date, thought-provoking resourceSome of the more troublesome and disturbing aspects of workplace diversity are illuminated in this volume - individual and institutional resistance, the effectiveness of diversity change efforts and the less visible ways in which exclusion ...
|Title||:||Managing the Organizational Melting Pot|
|Publisher||:||SAGE - 1997-05-06|