Three Social Dilemmas of Workforce Diversity in Organizations: A Social Identity Perspective

@article{Schneider1999ThreeSD,
  title={Three Social Dilemmas of Workforce Diversity in Organizations: A Social Identity Perspective},
  author={Sherry K. Schneider and G. Northcraft},
  journal={Human Relations},
  year={1999},
  volume={52},
  pages={1445 - 1467}
}
This paper explores the relationship among three social dilemmas faced by organizations wishing to attain and maintain workforce diversity: the dilemmas of organizational participation, managerial participation, and individual participation. Functional and social category diversity offer benefits for organizations (creativity, adaptation and innovation, and access to external networks), but there are costs which deter organizations from pursuing these benefits. The costs associated with… Expand
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