Exclusion: Strategies for Improving Diversity in Recruitment, Retention and Promotion

The subtle actions that make an employee feel like an outsider in the workplace, and impact today’s professional work environments are termed micro-inequities, and this extensively-researched book offers workable strategies for changing the behaviors that create them.

Exclusion: Strategies for Improving Diversity in Recruitment, Retention and Promotion

The subtle actions that make an employee feel like an outsider in the workplace, and impact today’s professional work environments are termed micro-inequities, and this extensively-researched book offers workable strategies for changing the behaviors that create them.

About the Book

We all possess prejudices and if left unexamined and challenged, we increase our chances of engaging in the subtle discrimination that forms micro-inequities.

You’ll find valuable information, including:

• examples of the micro-inequities that have created cultures of exclusion
• the common syndromes of workplace adversity and the reasons behind organizational attrition
• best practices and strategies for eliminating micro-inequities in the workplace, and much more!

This is an essential resource for anyone who has ever felt alone and marginalized or for anyone who seeks to become an ally in the quest for inclusive workplace cultures.

This book, Exclusion: Strategies for Improving Diversity in Recruitment, Retention and Promotion is certain to help your firm or organization realize a workforce where their employees feel connected to their work and the organizational mission.

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Genre: Business & Money
Tag: Recommended Books
Publisher: American Bar Association
Publication Year: 2015
Length: 228 pages
ASIN: 1614388652
ISBN: 9781614388654
List Price: $51.75
eBook Price: $28.50
About the Author
Natalie Holder

Natalie Holder is an employment lawyer, speaker, corporate trainer, and author of Exclusion: Strategies for Increasing Diversity in Recruitment, Retention, and Promotion. As the co-founder of the New York State Bar Association’s Labor & Employment’s Diversity Fellowship she developed strategies to increase diversity and retention for various bar associations. In 2013, NYU honored her with the Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Award. For more information on Natalie Holder please visit www.QuestDiversity.com/.

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