Human Resources Management in Healthcare Organizations

DW’s 50 Diversity Champions  February 14, 2013 – 09:21 pm

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They’re smart, savvy, and thoroughly unstoppable. Meet our favorite agents of change.

The results of the 2012 presidential election confirmed what most of us have known all along: increasingly, in the United States, minorities and women are a powerful bunch. Not only do we make up a significant voting bloc, but we hold untold billions in purchasing power and are quickly rising up the corporate leadership ladder.
In this issue, Diversity Woman honors those who are leading the charge: the diversity champions.
These 50 executive diversity leaders have pushed to make their companies more inclusive, diverse, and equitable. They have also taken the gospel of diversity and inclusion on the road. Recognized leaders in their fields, they are always eager to speak at conferences and share their knowledge and experiences.
In the process, they are transforming the workplace, making it look more and more like the true face of the United States—diverse, motivated, and willing to learn, adapt, and grow.
In the pages that follow, meet 50 people who inspire us, empower us, challenge us, and are working hard to bring greater equality, dignity, and respect to their organizations.

Source: Diversity Woman

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Your post about your observations of the filene's store manager in nashua, new hampshire concerned me enough to write their human resources department. not because it seemed to be an unusual circumstance, but because it happens far too often.
i spoke with the director of human resources this morning who apologized and heartily agreed that the interaction you witnessed was highly inappropri.... and the director assured me that she did not consider it an excuse.
all managers are going to be informed that this incident took place and the concern that it has caused. this is not an incident that they want repeated for any of their customers regardless of age, race or the emotional state of their employees.
i know it doesn't change what happened, but i just wanted you to know.

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