Managing Diversity: A Complete Desk Reference and Planning Guide

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McGraw-Hill, 1998 - Business & Economics - 538 pages
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By the year 2000, 70 percent of new entrants to the workforce will be women and minorities, and only 30 percent will be white, American-born males. Managing Diversity guides readers in their journey to solve diversity's challenges in the workplace. The authors how how to recruit, retain, mentor, and promote diverse employees to eliminate high turnover rates and build cohesive, productive, cross-cultural work teams.

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Lee Gardenswartz and Anita Rowe have been partners in the management consulting firm of Gardenswartz & Rowe in Los Angeles, California, for more than 18 years. Each holds a doctorate of human behavior from the United States International University. Pioneers in diversity training and initiatives, Dr. Gardenswartz and Dr. Rowe have coauthored numerous articles and books, including The Diversity Toolkit and Diverse Teams at Work. In addition to lecturing, teaching, and speaking widely, they write a Question and Answer column in Mosaics, the newsletter for the Society of Human Resource Managers. They have worked with corporations including IBM, Boeing, GTE, State Farm Insurance Co., Lucent Technologies, ChildrenŐs Hospital of Los Angeles, the IRS, The Los Angeles Times, UCLA, Walt Disney World, MCA, and Prudential Insurance Co.

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