Diversity Training Manual Based on the continuing recognition of the critical importance of diversity management in the workplace, part III of the diversity training manual is targeted at raising the sensitivity of the workforce to potential gender issues. Accordingly, discussion is divided into two sections: 1) how supervisors should and should not handle gender-based workplace issues, and 2) issues specific to women in the workplace and sexual harassment. SECTION I: HOW SUPERVISORS SHOULD AND SHOULD NOT HANDLE GENDER-BASED WORKPLACE ISSUES Gender-based workplace issues can arise for the HR department when it comes to filling positions or establishing assignments that are traditionally held by one gender or the other. Under no...The end:
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