The author of the Diversity Pocketbook firmly believes that combating discrimination, promoting equal opportunity and valuing the differences in individuals is morally, socially and economically advantageous. This book is for everyone with responsibility for directing, managing, supervising or influencing others within an organisation.
The author claims that diversity adds value to an organisation by making it more attractive to investors, would-be employees and customers, and improves output in both quality and quantity. Jargon-free, simple to understand, and deceptively comprehensive, this book describes how to:
The reference also suggests the appointment of a 'diversity champion' and how to deal with diversity grievance issues. A diversity checklist rounds out the subject.