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This book provides a new model of workplace equality based on capabilities theory. Moving on from equal opportunities and diversity management approaches, this innovative book offers a new answer to 'what is equality' and provides new insights into how equality in the workplace can be pursued and achieved. Covering both theoretical debates and practical applications, the contributors use examples from organizations such as Honda, BP, the UK Police Service, the Australian Government, RTZ and Coca-Cola to demonstrate real-world practices.

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Nelarine Estella Cornelius (born September 1957) is professor of organisation studies at Queen Mary University of London. Building workplace equality: ethics, diversity and inclusion. She was previously professor of organisation studies at the University of Bradford. Thomson, London, 2002. a b c Professor Nelarine Cornelius. Queen Mary University of London. Retrieved 10 September 2018.

Cornelius, N (Ed) (2002) Building workplace equality: ethics, diversity and inclusion, London: Thomson Publishing. Fisher, J and Cornelius, N. (2000) Challenging the boundaries: Personal construct psychology for the new millennium, Cornelius, N and Fisher, J (Ed., Lostock Hall, ECPA Publication. Professor Cornelius welcomes expressions of interest in the areas of equality, diversity and inclusion, business ethics (in particular business and society issues), social enterprise, management practices in emerging, fragile economies, the management of social organisations. Current Doctoral Students.

Myth – Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) is About Ethics and Morality Diversity and Inclusion expert and producer of the podcast Every Da. .

Myth – Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) is About Ethics and Morality. Reality – True but D&I is very much about the bottom line as well. The truth is that while building a more diverse and inclusive work environment is generally considered a nice thing to do, the financial and business justification for such initiatives is quite compelling (and oftentimes the primary impetus). Diversity and Inclusion expert and producer of the podcast Every Day Conversations on Race, Simma Lieberman insists Everyone is diverse in different ways, although not everyone has to deal with exclusion and discrimination.

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Ethics and Inequality Measurement.

There is a substantial literature on PCP based applications in business and management. The premise of this paper is that for effective diversity management, it is essential that an organization has in place factors that create effective structure, including workplace equality processes and programmes. Ethics and Inequality Measurement.

Professor Nelarine Cornelius has underpinned her equality and diversity know-how with. NELARINE CORNELIUS, UNIVERSITY BRADFORD (UK) CHRIS HACKLEY, ROYAL HOLLOWAY, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON NOVEMBER 2008 Page .Chris Hackley is a Professor of Advertising and Marketing at Royal Holloway, University of London. Publication Date: 2000. Publication Name: SSRN Electronic Journal.

This book provides a new model of workplace equality based on capabilities theory. This approach identifies actions which organizations can take to evaluate and improve the ways in which they support equality for all their members and also helps ensure that individuals feel they are being treated fairly. Moving on from equal opportunities and diversity management approaches, this innovative book offers a new answer to 'what is equality' and provides new insights into how equality in the workplace can be pursued and achieved. Covering both theoretical debates and practical applications, the contributors use examples from organizations such as Honda, BP, the UK Police Service, the Australian Government, RTZ and Coca-Cola to demonstrate real-world practices. To reflect the broad nature of current businesses, the book covers both public and private organizations and discusses the international implications of workplace equality for multinational corporations both globally and locally.
Building Workplace Equality: Ethics, Diversity and Inclusion download epub
Politics & Government
Author: Nelarine Cornelius
ISBN: 1861525850
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Cengage Learning EMEA; 1 edition (August 1, 2002)
Pages: 376 pages