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Managing Workplace Diversity

A Contemporary Context

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Managing Workplace Diversity - A contemporary approach is a practical textbook that covers key issues in workplace diversity like gender, age, social class, physical disability.
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Managing Workplace Diversity - A contemporary approach is a practical textbook that covers key issues in workplace diversity like gender, age, social class, physical disability including contemporary concepts like the migrant worker, transgender issues, AIDS, etc. as a means of broadening the reader's knowledge in this dynamic field of management.

  • About the author
  • Preface to the Second Edition
  • Preface to the First Edition
  1. Introduction to Management of Workplace Diversity
  2. Gender Issues in Workplace Diversity
  3. Age Issue in Workplace Diversity
  4. Generation Issue in Workplace Diversity
  5. Social Class in Workplace Diversity
  6. The Impact of Culture on Workplace Diversity
  7. The Foreign Worker in Workplace Diversity
  8. Race Issues in Workplace Diversity
  9. The Disabled Worker in Workplace Diversity
  10. The Part-Timer in Workplace Diversity
  11. Management and Leadership in Workplace Diversity
  12. Human Resource Management in Workplace Diversity
  13. LGBT Issues in Workplace Diversity
  14. HIV/AIDS Workers in Workplace Diversity
  15. Current Paradigms in Workplace Diversity
  16. Statistical Interpretation in Workplace Diversity
  • Essay-Type Questions

This is an area that needs to be prioritised more. This book will add to various issues that come with work diversity, as such the book is good for modern management organizations.
Very useful book a clear insight on how to manage diversity.
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About the Author

Nirmal Kumar Betchoo

Dr Nirmal Kumar Betchoo is a full-time academic at the Université des Mascareignes, Mauritius with long teaching experience spanning nearly three decades. His areas of expertise include human resource management, public sector management, business strategy, international business and the management of diversity. He has published 6 academic books and contributed more than twenty articles in peer-reviewed journals and in important web directories like allafrica.com, highbeam research and afropages. He has extensively published in the local press over the past ten years. He has also presented papers in international conferences. Dr Betchoo has also served as external examiner to the University of Technology, Mauritius, the Mauritius Institute of Training and Development and the Mauritius Public Service. This book is his seventh publication.