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explain the legal,economic and social repercussions for your chosen organisation of not trying to create and maintain a diverse and equal place of work.
Diversity in the workplace in itself will not deliver benefits if it is not a place where people feel motivated and included. [ Just having a good mix of people, without creating an inclusive environment in which they can flourish could lead to significant challenges. Increasing workplace diversity does not mean integrating people into your workforce by stripping away their sense of identity
and individuality. People can work best when they can authentically be themselves. An inclusive culture is complex, the organisation must be cohesive but the culture must be flexible enough to include many different types of people. All employers need to be aware or the Equality Act and ensure that employees and managers understand their rights and responsibilities in this area. As the workplace gets more diverse, making sure you have policies and practices in place to tackle discrimination and create an inclusive culture is vital. Failure to comply with the law can have serious consequences. In addition to costly tribunal claims, there is the risk of significant reputational damage.n an increasingly globalized world, cultural conflict might easily arise when employees from different backgrounds try to work together. Cultural conflict stems from incompatible - or seemingly incompatible - cultural values, norms and practices. It can originate from unconscious prejudice or different methods of achieving objectives, as well as intentional disrespect, according to "International Dialogue on Campus," a book published by the Council of Europe. These misunderstandings or hostilities can create an unpleasant work environment without proper mediation. Unresolved conflict can paralyze an organization, keeping it from achieving its goals, as mediation consultant and trainer John Ford says in his article "Cross Cultural Conflict Resolution in Teams." Read more: Resolving Cultural Conflict in the Workplace | eHow.com ]
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User: explain the legal,economic and social repercussions for your chosen organisation of not trying to create and maintain a diverse and equal place of work.

Weegy: Diversity in the workplace in itself will not deliver benefits if it is not a place where people feel motivated and included. [ Just having a good mix of people, without creating an inclusive environment in which they can flourish could lead to significant challenges. Increasing workplace diversity does not mean integrating people into your workforce by stripping away their sense of identity and individuality. People can work best when they can authentically be themselves. An inclusive culture is complex, the organisation must be cohesive but the culture must be flexible enough to include many different types of people. All employers need to be aware or the Equality Act and ensure that employees and managers understand their rights and responsibilities in this area. As the workplace gets more diverse, making sure you have policies and practices in place to tackle discrimination and create an inclusive culture is vital. Failure to comply with the law can have serious consequences. In addition to costly tribunal claims, there is the risk of significant reputational damage.n an increasingly globalized world, cultural conflict might easily arise when employees from different backgrounds try to work together. Cultural conflict stems from incompatible - or seemingly incompatible - cultural values, norms and practices. It can originate from unconscious prejudice or different methods of achieving objectives, as well as intentional disrespect, according to "International Dialogue on Campus," a book published by the Council of Europe. These misunderstandings or hostilities can create an unpleasant work environment without proper mediation. Unresolved conflict can paralyze an organization, keeping it from achieving its goals, as mediation consultant and trainer John Ford says in his article "Cross Cultural Conflict Resolution in Teams." Read more: Resolving Cultural Conflict in the Workplace | eHow.com ]
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Weegy: Muharram (Arabic: ???????) is the first month of the Islamic calendar. [ It is one of the four sacred months of the year in which fighting is prohibited.[1] Since the Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar, Muharram moves from year to year when compared with the Gregorian calendar. Muharram is so called because it is unlawful to fight during this month, the word is derived from the word haraam, meaning "forbidden". It is held to be the most sacred of all the months, excluding Ramadan. Some Muslims fast during these days. The tenth day of Muharram is the Day of Ashura, which to Shia Muslims is part of the Mourning of Muharram. ]
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