Meritocracy versus Affirmative Action in Canadian Managerial Culture


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Meritocracy versus Affirmative Action in Canadian Managerial Culture: the ideal of merit and the realities of bias in the shaping of managerial policies
In recent years, much attention has been devoted to whether or not affirmative action is the right thing for Canadian businesses as they look to hire and to promote people. As the Canadian workforce becomes more diverse, pressure is building to see to it that this diversity is reflected in the upper echelons of business management. With the stark reality that Canada desperately needs all the talented people it can find if it hopes to compete globally with established powers like the United States or emerging powers like China and India, finding the best means of promoting and...
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