Discuss some ways the workforce of the United States is diverse, and within the context of responsible stewardship how the organization can draw upon the skills of an increasingly diverse force.
What are recommendations for the policies for ethics and diversity management in an organization?
1. How do you think the growing use of telecommuters, temporary and part-time workers, and virtual teams affect human resource management? How can managers improve recruiting and retention of these employees? 2. Explain how a manager's personal biases and stereotypes may affect an organization's success in creating a workpla
The impact of a high volume of Baby Boomers that are and will be eligible to retire creates a business problem for many employers. The ability to fill vacated positions will likely be difficult as the volume of job candidates does not meet the demand for proposed openings. This is due to a labor gap between the generations; those retiring and those working. The outgoing number is higher than those available. Another issue with diversity in an aging workforce are retirees who cannot financially retire; and thus continue working. This can create resentment in workers who want to retire, but cannot afford to. This solution discusses how diversity impacts several business strategies; comprised of 400 words and one reference.
The question posed by the student was: List three business problems, situations, or opportunities that you believe are diversity laden. Please give possible solutions and explain your responses in some detail. The solution explains how an aging workforce is creating both problems, and opportunities, for employers. With strategie
What is diversity? Explain how diversity is important to an organization. Give an example.
Why is diversity training so important in organizations today? Can you mention the advantages of diversity training briefly? (Larger applicant, reduced cost, access to more markets and creative problem solving) And how does your organization go about promoting diversity within the workplace?
The organization have decided that it would be beneficial for the organization to sponsor some company-wide diversity programs. How is diversity typically defined and what arguments can be made to management for conducting these diversity-initiative programs? Use Diversity Inc. or other sources to gather information to respond t
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Many work environments consist of a rich ethnic and religious diversity. Explain the relationship between this diversity and motivational strategy. How can leaders motivate the broadest cross-section of this diversity? Provide examples to support your opinion. Are there situations in which leaders should not encourage ethnic and
Present Lowe's home improvement's cultural diversity characteristics, either cross-border or with respect to local level diversity (or both). Explain Lowe's' strategies for motivation with respect to this diversity. Assess the effectiveness of the cross-cultural motivational strategies of Lowe's. Describe how Lowe's is either
Over 200 word essay with reference that defines and discuss the importance of diversity training in an organization in order to create a positive work culture amongst employees.
In terms of general concepts... 1. Determine if and how the HRM practices align with a company's business strategy. 2. Discuss how hiring more women and promoting them could improve the competitive advantage of this company 3. Prepare a recruitment and retention plan for this company that specifically targets women empl
Why are drug tests a controversial component of the personnel selection process? What are some of ways in which organizations can avoid problems associated with drug testing?
Why are drug tests a controversial component of the personnel selection process? What are some of ways in which organizations can avoid problems associated with drug testing? How should a company assess readiness for learning? (Be sure to include characteristics of both the employee and the work environment.) Discuss at l
What practices can a manager establish to ensure compliance in the workplace with discrimination laws?
What practices can a manager establish to ensure compliance in the workplace with discrimination laws?
Can you assist me in addressing the following question: Managing a culturally diverse workforce is a major challenge facing managers in this decade and beyond. How is the issue being addressed by specific organizations, and what are your recommendations for HR professionals?
Is it ethical and moral to hire a less qualified candidate to fulfill a diversity mandate while overlooking a more qualified candidate? Does that make up for past discrimination or does it merely create more discrimination by not hiring the most qualified candidate? Does this apply to layoff situations as well?
What are strategies that companies have implemented or should consider implementing to effectively address the challenges and opportunities of workplace diversity? Refer to a best practices model of at least one organization in any industry that has successfully implemented an innovative diversity program, which can be modif
What are three different approaches to diversity training?
Describe at least 3 benefits of a diverse organization. Describe at least 3 challenges of a diverse organization.
What are your thoughts on this scenario: In your role as a new manager, you will be managing a workforce that has become increasingly diverse. Your company is planning a global expansion of your department. How can a leader manage a diverse workforce? - What are the dimensions of diversity? - Describe the different types
Please help with the following: Analyze and Critique Francoise Roy's Diversity Management Plan for PBQ (Panaccio & Waxin case study) by applying the conceptual framework of Shen, Chanda, D'Netto, and Monga (2009) and other related readings -Identify strengths and weaknesses of Francoise' plan at each level of the framework
You are a manager in a large, global manufacturing and services organization. You're trying to explain to your grandfather how different your job is from his before he retired 10-years ago. You both know how society has changed, and you want to explain how that has changed management. Using the topics listed below discuss how ma
1. Answer each question with a minimum of 250 words 2. Include properly formatted references for each question How can PR help to promote workplace diversity? Does the use of technology as a communication medium dehumanize relationship building? Explain your answer. I could really just use some suggestions on with bo
Need help with topics regarding cultural misunderstanding and insensitivity. (1) State at least two popular definitions of cultural understanding. (2) Analyze some of the social and economic problems caused by cultural misunderstanding and insensitivity. Justify your answer using appropriate reasoning and examples. (3) A
The course objectives were: Define the basic elements of ethical theory. Assess Utilitarian considerations. Identify deontological consideration. Explain the major workplace safety issues. Explain the nature of privacy. Discuss the impact of technology on business privacy. Explain the nature of discrimination. Dis
Diversity has become an increasing topic of focus in the workplace. Demographic trends in the United States have led to increased workplace diversity. There are legal/regulatory requirements relative to workforce diversity. In addition, many organizations have developed comprehensive diversity programs to respond to these trend
How does exposure to diversity influence the evolution of personal ethics; give an example that changed personal values or work performance
1) Explain how exposure to a diversity of backgrounds and experience in an organization influences the evolution of personal ethics. 2) Give an example of a business situation or circumstance concerning diversity in the workplace that influenced or changed your personal values and/or work performance.
Select and analyze one demographic (age, gender, religion, ethnicity, race, or the disabled). Discuss the legal trends in the workplace regarding any discrimination within this demographic. Find a court case to highlight your discussion and illuminate the ramifications of the potential problems and benefits of having diversity of this demographic in an organization. For instance, what social issues are created in trying not to discriminate against certain groups? What impact does the growth of these sectors have on the organization as a whole and those workers who do not belong to a protected class? Try Lexis-Nexis of Findlaw.com for help in finding court cases.
Select and analyze one demographic (age, gender, religion, ethnicity, race, or the disabled). Discuss the legal trends in the workplace regarding any discrimination within this demographic. Find a court case to highlight your discussion and illuminate the ramifications of the potential problems and benefits of having diversity o
When managing diversity, consultants need to consider the organizational goals for this issue. If you are the consultant, you need to look at the demographics of the employees in order to understand where they have come from and what background they have, and what they value. If you have a workforce that has many women in the organization, you may need to manage diversity from the female value system. "Women in an organization may mean the need for flexibility in working hours and the ability to work from home". (Scase, 2006). It may mean more family originated programs, policies and procedures. Likewise older employees may want to postpone retirement and work longer. This segment of the workforce is also very knowledge and an important component to company success. Programs also may need to be designed to keep the talent and support an older workforce. Incorporating an aging population, a strong female labor pools, and labor shortage will support an organization working towards a strong diverse employee base. "A strong and growing immigrant policy could support cultural sensitive training and language classes for employees". (Scase, 2006). These programs not only support diversity the also can improve the environment for staff at work and in his or her personal life. Diversity is not just an at work issue. When companies employ diverse individuals they bring them into the community too. Training and teaching diversity values will strengthen the workforce and the community. Imagine you are the consultant for this organization. What are your thoughts about diversity issues you find in this organization. Scase. R. (2006) How can I effectively manage generational and cultural diversity", Strategic HR Review, Vol. 5 Iss: 5, pp.7 - 7 Question 2: What examples/experiences can you share that demonstrate cultural synergy in your organization or one you are very familiar with?
Questions 1: When managing diversity, consultants need to consider the organizational goals for this issue. If you are the consultant, you need to look at the demographics of the employees in order to understand where they have come from and what background they have, and what they value. If you have a workforce that has many
Harvard Business Case: 9-610-056 June 21, 2010 Sandra J. Sucher Elena Corsi Global Diversity and Inclusion at Royal Dutch Shell 1. Should he or the others attempt to respond to negative reactions to the composition of the new Executive Committee? What should they say? To whom? When? How? 2. What goals, if any, sho