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All Together Now: Diversity at Work.
  By: Les Gore
Of the top 100 US cities, the minorities have become the majority. They have enormous purchasing power. They're your customers. Are they your employees?

Dealing With The Dimensions Of Diversity
  By: Stephen C Campbell and
When employed in the corporate world I recall vividly going through some of the first diversity training workshops put on by the company. These were all focused around the women versus men working together topic and the relevant issues which arose from that.

Managing the Generation Mix in the Workplace - Tips to Manage the Generation Gap
  By: Dale Mask
Each generation has different work values, different perceptions of authority, and different views about what is important in life in general. This is often referred to as the Generation Gap. If managers are not prepared for these differences in values, it can create conflict, poor performance and low morale in the workplace.

Why Sensitivity Training Is Insensitive and Patronizing
  By: Simma Lieberman

For an organization and its individuals to reap the benefits of diversity it must develop a culture that is inclusive at all levels. Just having representation of different groups with people trying not to say the "wrong thing" has no impact on the systems and processes that reinforce a diverse and inclusive culture where people respect each other.



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