Human Resource Class:
The world is changing, both literally and figuratively. Individuals are less a citizen of their home country and instead a citizen of the world, which can have profound implications for organizations. Employees and customers are now scattered throughout the world, many still managed by human resource professionals in their home countries. Given this trend, what two strategies would you propose a human resource professional should present and promote to create a more welcome and inclusive work environment among employees who may have little to nothing in common other than working for the same company.
Within your post, support your responses with information from at least 2-3 peer-reviewed/scholarly source (not older than three to five years) from online library or the internet, and provide the full citation at the end of your post. Use APA guidelines to format your references.
Buse, K., Berstein, R. S., & Bilimoria, D. (2016). The influence of board diversity, board diversity policies and practices, and board inclusion behaviors on nonprofit governance practices. Journal of Business Ethics, 133(1), 179–191.
Farndale, E., Biron, M., Briscoe, D. R., & Raghuram, S. (2015). A global perspective on diversity and inclusion in work organizations. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26(6), 677–687.
Ng, E. S., & Sears, G. J. (2018). Walking the talk on diversity: CEO beliefs, moral values, and the implementation of workplace diversity practices. Journal of Business Ethics, 1–14.
Sanyal, C., Wilson, D., Sweeney, C., Smith Rachele, J., Kaur, S., & Yates, C. (2015). Diversity and inclusion depend on effective engagement. Human Resource Management International Digest, 25(5), 21–24.