Business Management -> Human resource management: workplace diversity
Management must also take into account the changes that are occurring in terms of the workforce - its composition and the participation rate of employees. The diversity of the workforce must also be utilised for the benefit of the organisation. Organisations need to implement policies that are 'family-friendly' and take into account the changing role and needs of women, in particular, in the workplace. The provision of childcare facilities is a prime example of a change occurring from a change in attitude in this area. Organisations also need to ensure that they tap into the many skills and talents that their employees possess and utilise this diversity of talent for the benefit of the individual employee and the organisation. Organisations need to ensure that they have in place equal employment opportunities for all employees and that there are no acts of unlawful discrimination committed by the management of the organisation.
The influence of the international market place and the globalisation of markets also affects organisations and the way they operate. Changes in the attitudes of consumers arising from this globalisation of business must be taken into account by management if they are to maintain their market share, both domestically and internationally.
Management should attempt to achieve the benefits of organisational efficiencies and effectiveness by taking these changes in attitude into account when they are developing and implementing their organisational practices and policies.
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