Diversity Policy Definition

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I believe that AT&T should mandate a diversity policy because it will be able to make sure that there is respect between employees, employers and even coworkers. I believe that they should mandate a diversity policy because it means that the employees, employers and coworkers would respect one another nonmatter their religious views, gender, sexual orientation, race and color. I believe that even though Albert Buonanno an AT&T employee believes that his religious beliefs keep him from signing the current diversity policy I believe that he still would need to sign a diversity policy. I believe this because even though his and many other people’s “religious beliefs prohibit him from approving, endorsing, or esteeming behavior or values that are repudiated by Scripture.” (Buonanno v. AT&T Broadband) I believe that with it altered they would be able to …show more content…
This is because “Kant’s central principle that the imperatives of morality be “universalized” so as to apply to all, and that in all our actions we respect the other as an “end in itself” and never merely as a means to our own desires” (The Golden Rule In Kant and Utilitarianism) where “Utilitarianism’s stress upon maximizing the interests and happiness of the greatest number, clearly seem resonant with the spirit of the golden rule.” (The Golden Rule In Kant and Utilitarianism). Both Kantianism and Utilitarianism have to do with respecting others no matter their religious views, gender, sexual orientation, race and color. This ties into respect and therefore, I believe that AT&T should have their diversity policy altered to where it stresses on respecting others because it should not go against anyone’s systems of beliefs and anyone should be able to sign the policy without “religious beliefs prohibiting him from approving, endorsing, or esteeming behavior or values that are repudiated by Scripture” (Buonanno v. AT&T

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