MGT3315Y -

Management 3315

Management 3315

Diversity in Employment

Credit hours: 3.0

Contact hours per week:

3-0-0

Introduces students to theoretical concepts that will assist in their understanding of what workplace diversity is and is not. Explores practical examples of the successful development of diversity programs in North America, and analyzes examples and causes of failure. The opportunities and challenges of diversity will be examined in the context of human resource management functions such as recruitment and selection, performance evaluation, the organization of work, the organization and planning of successful meetings and other communication in a diverse cultural environment.

Prerequisite(s):

Management 2030 AND
Management 3050/Political Science 3420

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