When most people think of diversity, they think of the groups protected from harassment and discrimination by federal or local law: race, color, age, sex, pregnancy or family status, disability, religion, national origin, genetic information, military status, sexual orientation and gender identity.
Embracing workplace diversity means seeking, accepting and including all of the diverse traits, beliefs, talents, knowledge, styles and experience employees bring to the workplace, regardless of whether or not a legal obligation to do so exists.
Diversity Made Simple answers these three important questions:
Diversity Made Simple and Diversity Made Simple for Managers are also available in Government Specific Versions.
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