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Diversity in the Workplace

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An overview of the need for and resistance to workforce diversity, focusing on the police department of Miami, Florida.

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Employment Policy

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An assessment of the effectiveness of policies on employment in the private and public sectors, focusing on President Clinton. Includes labor, roots in New Deal,…

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Employee Performance

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A legal analysis of management’s evaluation of workers. Includes equality, standards, data storage, promotions and termination and court decisions.

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Bias in Performance Assessment

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An examination of the sterotyping and discrimination in the evaluation of workers. Includes types of bias, standards and norms, role of the evaluator, errors in…

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Discrimination Against Women in the Workplace

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An examination of the causes, types and effects on women and& men. In cludes research, management, examples, theories, responsibilities, child and family issues, sexual harassment…

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Human Resources Management in Britain

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This paper discusses that human resources management (HRM) is transforming British industrial relations.

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Employment Rates

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An examination of the concept of full employment, causes of unemployment, domestic and international factors, trade, NAFTA, competition, globalization and future.

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Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

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A legal analysis of harrassment as sex discrimination with definition, examples, evolving Court decisions, hostile environment, employer positions and same-sex issues.

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Training and Development of Employees

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A discussion of the importance of training employees and a question about who should have the responsibility for the training and development of these individuals.

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