"The most important business book of the year" - Esquire
There's never been more discussion around diversity and inclusion in the workplace. From gender pay gaps to the #MeToo movement, it seems that every organization has finally recognised that change needs to happen.
Despite this, true progress towards more inclusive workspaces has been excruciatingly slow and, in some cases, has grinded to a halt. Following extensive research and interviews at over 200 international businesses, Kathryn Jacob, Sue Unerman and Mark Edwards have discovered the major problem that is holding back the move towards greater diversity: where are all the men?
Most men are not engaged with D&I initiatives in the workplace - at one extreme they may be feeling actively hostile and threatened by the changing cultural landscape. But others may be unmotivated to change - recognising the abstract benefits of diversity but not realising what's in it for them. Built upon this seemingly counterintuitive approach of bringing men into the conservation, Belonging is an accessible and comprehensive guide to achieving diversity that lasts.
Generi Economia Diritto e Lavoro » Management » Etica economica » Studi generali » Tecniche di management » Lavoro » Amministrazione del personale , Politica e Società » Donne » Femminismo e storia delle donne
Editore Bloomsbury Publishing
Formato Ebook con Adobe DRM