Toward A Globally Inclusive WorkplaceBook - 2005
This book synthesizes the US based focus on its' role as a haven for multicultural immigrants with the European based focus on resistance to immigration and worker migration. Inclusion-exclusion is used as an organizing construct to examine problems and solutions in a global context. offers up-to-date information on the new realities of the workforce, including demographics, legislation, and social policy trends around the world not found in other texts analyzes the causes and consequences of workforce exclusion, highlighting the groups commonly excluded in various countries to underscore experiences both different and similar to those in the US for a greater understanding of the issues provides a comprehensive model of the inclusive workplace based on research and experience as a consulting expert to help implement effective new polices, procedure, and programs.
Publisher: Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications, c2005
Branch Call Number: 658.3008 M832
Characteristics: xvi, 343 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
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