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Managing Diversity and Inclusion
An International Perspective

Second Edition
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December 2019 | 472 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

Written and edited by leading experts in the field, this authoritative account sets UK and European practices firmly within a global context. It offers an in-depth and contextual account of enduring, contemporary and cutting edge theories and approaches to diversity and inclusion management.

With workforce demographics changing rapidly, high-profile cases of discrimination in the news and new legislation coming into force, it is more crucial than ever that organisations understand and effectively manage workplace diversity – not only to increase business outcomes, but to create an inclusive workplace in a socially responsible manner.

 

This second edition includes an engaging new chapter on social class and diversity, as well as a range of new mini case studies on contemporary issues and themes such as intersectionality and autism employment.

 

Packed with learning features to encourage critical analysis and help you link theory to real-world practice, Managing Diversity and Inclusion offers an in-depth and contextual account of enduring and cutting edge discussions and approaches to diversity and inclusion management.

 

Go online to access additional resources to support your study:  https://study.sagepub.com/syed2e

 
Chapter 1: Sociological and psychological perspectives on diversity (Lilian Otaye-Ebede and Loliya Akobo)
 
Chapter 2: Leadership and diversity management in a global context (Clifford Lewis and Ahu Tatli)
 
Chapter 3: Policy and practice of diversity management in the workplace (Darren T. Baker and Elisabeth K. Kelan)
 
Chapter 4: Gender equality in the workplace (Faiza Ali)
 
Chapter 5: Race and ethnicity in the workplace (Kurt April and Jawad Syed)
 
Chapter 6: Age diversity: Greying the Workforce (Justine Ferrer and Peter A. Murray)
 
Chapter 7: Disabled persons in the workplace (Charmine E.J. Härtel, Anna Krzeminska and Justin Carrero)
 
Chapter 8: Religious diversity in the workplace (Selçuk Uygur and Erhan Aydin)
 
Chapter 9: Sexual minorities in the workplace (Mustafa Bilgehan Ozturk and Nick Rumens)
 
Chapter 10: Work–life balance (Jawad Syed)
 
Chapter 11: Intersectionality in the workplace (Harry J. Van Buren III)
 
Chapter 12: Social class and diversity (Memoona Tariq and Jawad Syed)
 
Chapter 13: Conclusion: Future of diversity management (Mustafa Özbilgin and Jawad Syed)

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Jawad Syed

Jawad Syed is Professor of Organisational Behaviour at the Suleman Dawood School of Business, Lahore University of Management Sciences. His main research interests include international human resource management, diversity management, business ethics and organisational knowledge. He obtained his PhD in Business from Macquarie University and completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education at the University of Kent. He also attended Institute for Management and Leadership in Education (MLE) at the Harvard University Graduate School of Education. He has written more than 75 articles and book chapters in journals including the... More About Author

Mustafa Ozbilgin

Mustafa Özbilgin is Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Brunel Business School, London. He also holds two international positions: Co-Chaire Management et Diversité at Université Paris Dauphine and Professor of Management at Koç University in Istanbul. His research focuses on equality, diversity and inclusion at work from comparative and relational perspectives. His work has a focus on changing policy and practice of equality and diversity management at work. He serves as the editor-in-chief of the European Management Review (EMR), the official journal of the European Academy of Management (EURAM). More About Author

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