Implications of Semiotics in Today’s Diverse Workplace Introduction In today’s globally competitive marketplace, managing diversity well “provides a distinct advantage in an era when flexibility and creativity are keys to competitiveness” (Claravall 166). Managing diversity well, however, is no simple task. It requires a multidisciplinary understanding of diversity beyond the shallow political rhetoric and semantics of our day. One area of study that helps carry the conversation about diversity in the workplace to a much deeper and more meaningful level, however, is semiotics. The following discussion explores this subject in terms of insights and implications for today’s diverse workplace. Establishing an Adequate Conceptual Understanding...The end:
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