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Running Head: WORKFORCE DIVERSITY IN EUROPE 1 Workforce Diversity in Europe Institution Name
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WORKFORCE DIVERSITY IN EUROPE 2 Introduction Most European countries encounter several challenges emanating from the heightened diversity issues within the workplace both internally and externally. The human resource within the organizations supports diversity management for diversifying workforce among employees using discriminatory policies and laws. The essay below examines how racial discrimination, alienation of immigrants, and related minority groups such as women adversely affect employment in European industries. Consequently, it identifies and exhaustively discusses the major problems in management during attracting, recruiting, selecting, and retaining of the possible diverse workforce and provides solutions to the rising challenges. Identification and analysis of diverse workforce problems Multinationals have a fundamental responsibility to provide a safe, multicultural, and cohesive work environment for employees (Laasch & Conaway, 2014). Therefore, as the Vice President (VP) in one the Human Resource Management Departments, I must ensure workers and stakeholders from different cultural backgrounds relate happily and work together. In contrast, this is only achievable through an array of training and technique tools, mechanisms and measures, and procedures and policies. All these elements of management require implementation within the stipulated law and social ethics. Securing and protecting the rights of employees is both a complex and multifaceted problem. Given the various ways through which the violation and rights of workers depicted, the prevailing cultural and socio-economic factors, which tend to facilitate and sustain the intersectionality and violations of such rights, all the responsible stakeholders should create interdependent and interrelated systematic measures and mechanisms to address and reduce violations of the fundamental rights of employees. The first mechanism involves the creation of a
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