Diversity in the Workplace and Implications for Human Resource Development Paper
March 30th, 2015
Dr. Patricia Mc Donald
Diversity in the Workplace: Implication for Human Resource Development - Paper Week 3
A brief description of the event and the work environment the discrimination occurred (Omit identifying demographic information and use fictitious names as needed).
True event: When I was a younger man back in 1973 or 74, I was out in (Royal Oak) near the (Detroit Zoo). I cannot remember the reason I went out there more than likely just joy riding, I use to do a lot of that when I was younger since the age of 18, and mostly I have driven new cars all my adult life. I saw a sign for a delicatessen that …show more content…
The responsibilities of human resource managers and their implications concerning race, culture, age, gender, sexual orientation, spiritual or religious beliefs, and disabilities:
The (Human Resource Manager) must have the ability to meet the needs of the changes within an organization. Organizations are becoming more successful, adaptable, and resilient, can quickly change directions, and customer centered. In this environment, the human resource professional must learn how to manage organizing, leadership and controlling of human resources, and have knowledge of emerging trends in ways of training and employee development. Dimensions of workplace diversity includes age, ethnicity, ancestry, gender, physical abilities, qualities, race, sexual orientation, educational background, geographic location, income, marital status, military experience, religious beliefs, parental status, and work experience. (Chan Dr., A. (2015).
How risk management strategies support equity within the workplace:
Diversity and equality in the workplace is more than a business. It is imperative for a good solution to decades of race, gender, age, religious and sexual orientation discrimination. Having diversity that respect people from different backgrounds helps businesses produce a better