Diversity training (any form of sensitivity training aimed at facilitating fair treatment and decreasing discrimination in the workplace) is widely used in the corporate world today. Though there are high rates of adoption, the exact outcomes of diversity training efforts are not explicitly understood. Diversity training has been linked empirically to factors such as career satisfaction and organizational commitment, but less is known about the link between diversity training and an inclusive company culture. This study will look for a link between diversity training and an inclusive company culture, attempting to associate certain methods of diversity training with a culture for inclusion. This information can help human resources professionals and executives make better informed decisions regarding their diversity training practices, hopefully allowing all these companies to foster a more inclusive, innovative, and welcoming culture.
Looking for a Relationship Between Diversity Training and an Inclusive Company Culture.
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