Gender Diversity Case Study

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2.6 Gender diversity In order to have a diverse workforce, diversity management is needed. This entails providing equal opportunity to all employees to maximise their potential and development. People from different backgrounds provide new perspectives on things and alternative ideas, which in turn can provide more efficient ways of doing business. If diverse workforce exists, it should be managed to allow innovation and creativity leading to increased competitiveness and competitive advantage. Therefore, it is important for this policy to be operational in the recruitment and selection process due to the staff involved in this area decide on the workforce of the company (Riach, 2009). A strand of literature has emerged, investigating whether…show more content…
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