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Workforce Diversity: A Strenght Or A Conflict?

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  • Sonali Malewar
  • Prerna Nair

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As the economy becomes increasingly global, our workforce becomes increasingly diverse. Organizational success and competitiveness will depend on the ability to manage diversity in the workplace effectively. This study is devoted to the cause of workplace diversity and tries to seek out the initiatives taken by the Organizations these days to encounter the challenging issue of workplace diversity. No doubt we are going global but the question is that are we able to considerably keep ourselves abreast with the dynamism required to reap the benefits of globalization. The data collected for the purpose of the study is with the help of structured questionnaire. The statistical tool Z-test has been used to find out the statistical inferences and finally conclude the study undertaken. Key words: workforce, diversity, strength, conflict

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  • Sonali Malewar & Prerna Nair, 2013. "Workforce Diversity: A Strenght Or A Conflict?," Working papers 2013-12-23, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2013-12-23
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