Leveraging diversity to improve business performance: Research findings and recommendations for organizations

@inproceedings{Jayne2004LeveragingDT,
  title={Leveraging diversity to improve business performance: Research findings and recommendations for organizations},
  author={M. Jayne and Robert L. Dipboye},
  year={2004}
}
Research findings from industrial and organizational psychology and other disciplines cast doubt on the simple assertion that a diverse workforce inevitably improves business performance. Instead, research and theory suggest several conditions necessary to manage diversity initiatives successfully and reap organizational benefits. This article reviews empirical research and theory on the relationship between workforce diversity and organizational performance and outlines practical steps HR… CONTINUE READING

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