Organisations are facing enormous changes in the demographic composition of the workforce. Racial groups that have traditionally been professionally isolated from one another are working together as more minorities are assimilated into the workforce (Lewan, 1990). The Hudson Institute's Workforce 2000 statistics project that women, minorities, and immigrants will soon make up the majority of new entrants into the American workforce (Johnston & Packer, 1987). This diversity brings numerous racial and cultural differences into corporations. As a result, managing diversity increasingly appears on the agendas of organisational leaders (Cox & Blake, 1991).
Kirby, S. and Richard, O. (1996), "An Investigation of Workforce Diversity Programmes: A Multiple Perspective Approach", Equal Opportunities International, Vol. 15 No. 6/7, pp. 17-27. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb010672Download as .RIS
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