exists in a group or organization when its members differ from one another along one or more important dimensions.
places a much heavier emphasis on recognizing and appreciating differences among people at work and attempting to provide accommodations for those differences to the extent that is feasible and possible.
is specifically designed to enable members of an organization to function better in a diverse workplace.
Equal employment opportunity
means treating people fairly and equitably and taking actions that do not discriminate against people in protected classes on the basis of some illegal criterion.
refers to the ethnic composition of a group or organization.
describes a barrier that keeps many females from advancing to top management positions in many organizations.
are employees who add value simply because of what they know.
is one that has achieved high levels of diversity, can capitalize fully on the advantages of the diversity, and has few diversity–related problems.
is the process by which an organization “learns” from past mistakes and adapts to its environment.
is the collective, institutional record of past events.