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Winner of two prestigious awards in its First Edition (the 2006 Outstanding Academic Title Award from CHOICE Magazine,and the 2007 Academy of Management's George R Terry Book Award) the Second Edition:- Provides an update on worldwide anti-discrimination legislation, with a critical examination of not only the content but also the enforcement of those laws- Describes changes in Affirmative/Positive Action public policies, and using some recent court cases examine newer arguments for and against those policies- Places more emphasis on the section describing Migration of Employers because of the growing importance of outsourcing and the public debate about 'sending jobs overseas'- Adds more current research on the barriers and benefits to implementing level I of the inclusive workplace model.- Adds more on fair international practices and more public awareness and pressure to implement such practices
Michalle E. Mor Barak is a professor at the University of Southern California with a joint appointment at the School of Social Work and the Marshall School of Business. She bolds the Lenore Steln-Wood and William S. Wood Professorship of Social Work and Business in a Global Society.
Table of Contents
|Introduction and Conceptual Framework|
|The Challenge of Managing Diversity in a Global Context|
|Tensions Posed by Global Workforce Trends|
|Diversity and Exclusion: A Critical Workforce Problem|
|The Inclusive Workplace Model|
|Conceptual Framework and Organization of the Book|
|The Global Context for Diversity Management|
|Diversity Legislation in a Global Perspective - Equality and Fairness in Employment|
|The International Bill of Human Rights and Employment Rights|
|Importance and Influence of the Declaration of Human Rights|
|Diversity-Related Employment Legislation|
|Broad Based Anti Discrimination Legislation|
|Universal Declaration of Human Rights|
|Global Anti-discrimination and Equal Rights Legislation: Checklist of Protections Offered by Select Number Of Countries|
|Discrimination, Equality and Fairness in Employment - Social Policies and Affirmative/ Positive Action Programs|
|Discrimination and Equality in Employment|
|Theoretical Perspectives of Discrimination and Affirmative Action|
|Principles of Affirmative Action and Positive Action Programs|
|The Public Debate over Affirmative and Positive Action Policies|
|Challenges for Business Practices|
|Global Demographic Trends - Impact on Workforce Diversity|
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