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Using real case studies and examples, HR consultant Catherine Mattice helps you create a strategic plan to support diversity and inclusion in your workplace and manage a diverse workforce.
She outlines a process for creating a strategic plan and benchmarks for success.
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Wilson (2009) suggests that the differences in generations should be viewed as a diversity issue, managing and valuing the differences in perspectives, while finding common ground. In an effort to further help the reader understand the diversity, Wilson (2009) gave a breakdown of the four generations in the workplace with some basic characteristics such as the Loyal Traditionalists, Optimistic Baby Boomers, Independent Gen Xers and Technologically Savvy Millennials (p. 48). What strikes me about the diversity approach is that on one hand the focus is on similarities, and yet at the same time, the focus is on differences between stakeholders. This is very unique to the generational conversation, where it seems more politically correct to use age as a gauge of difference as opposed to religion, race, gender or other topics, which would normally create uproar in an office setting. Can you imagine a list of four religions found in the workplace with a list of each trait in each religion and how one should manage people by the trait? This perpetuates stereotypes and one of the interesting things I’m exploring is how age diversity is different. Or is it?