Diversity Management in Public Administration Introduction Issues of diversity and inclusion impact every aspect of public administration including staffing, training, policy development, and services. Minorities are roughly one third of the U.S. population today, and are expected to be the majority by 2042 (U.S. Census Bureau, 2008, p.1). Equal opportunity and antidiscrimination laws address the opportunity for a diverse workforce and protection of that diverse workforce. Beyond the recruitment and hiring aspects of employment, there are no legal requirements for training, policy or services addressing the current or future inclusion and diversity issues emerging in public administration. Attention to management preparation and training,...The end:
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