Part 1 (one): Discussion Post
Diversity in the work environment promotes acceptance, respect, and teamwork despite differences in race, age, gender, native language, political beliefs, religion, sexual orientation, or communication styles among employees.
Since you have a paper due this week, choose an article and any topic about Diversity in the workplace that you want to discuss. Perhaps you want to look at the most pressing and significant concern(s) about Diversity in today’s workplace.
• Why did you choose this topic and why do you think it is important?
• Be sure to post your article URL
*** Only the reference to the URL’s article ***
*** 10-12 sentences ***
Part 2 (two): Respond to classmate’s post below
The idea that stems from the progressive model in the case of diversity in the workplace hasn’t always been an objective in our growing business society. For less than 60 years many groups have faced ethnic discrimination that was once an aspect Affirmative Action, which hasn’t been the easiest of issues to talk about in communicating environments that promote acceptance.
Many experts that analyze these cases for means of creating a diversified market have found that sectors that are the most diversified are more service orientated and don’t have the infrastructure that’s designed for growing within the company. For anyone that is thinking on growing a company of any sort, hiring great and qualified individuals from different experiences and backgrounds creates an environment that has the ability to grow. By also allowing these individuals a chance at growing within the business structure locks in great people for life and who benefit from their long term contributions within the company.
This is an interesting article about how ” Diversity Destroyed Affirmative Action” I chose this article because it shows an aggressive point of view from someone else’s thoughts on the matter. None of the content in this article reflects my overall thought process of diversification while there are some interesting views to consider.