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BSBDIV601 Develop and implement diversity policyAaron Murillo SPI101569ASSESSMENT TASK 1 – WRITTEN QUESTIONS1.Form a task groupPrepare for policy developmentDevelop the policy ↔ Make relevant changesManagement reviews the policy↔ Make relevant changes Communicate the policyImplement the policy Evaluate the policy ↔ Make relevant changesBenefits:The better input from the stakeholders, the better the end decisionis likely to be.It develops a better sense of what is required and make moreeffective decisions for the organisation.If you involve people in the development of the policy, they arelikely to be more satisfied with the end result.Involvement builds commitment, this commitment will help overallimplementation of any change.Communicating with your stake holders about major changesallows your stakeholders to really feel involved in the process.Transparency between the stakeholders and management aboutthe changes being made is good for the organisation.2. Benefits: Talents, skills and experiences:Individuals fromdiverse backgrounds can offer a selection of different talents,skills and experiences, that may be of benefit to theorganisation and their work performance. Though somecrossover of skills can be beneficial when it comes to assistingeach other, it’s important to hire people with the appropriateskills to fit each of the roles within the company. A variety of
BSBDIV601 Develop and implement diversity policyAaron Murillo SPI101569skills and experiences among the teamalso means thatemployees can learn from each otherIt creates innovation:By working alongside peopleof different backgrounds, experiences and working styles,creative concepts can be born from bouncing ideas off of eachother and offering feedback and suggestions. Whereas oneperson may be great at generating exciting, out of the boxideas, another individual may have the necessary experienceto execute it; so it is essential to play on each individual’sstrengths and collaborate with others in the team.Language skills can open doors for a business: Languagebarriers and cultural differences can often act as a bit of anobstacle for a company who want to expand their businessover shores; however by hiring employees who speak differentlanguages it can make it possible for a company to work on aglobal basis and interact with a broader client-base. Representing a number of nationalities within yourcompany can also help to make it more relatableIt grows your talent pool: A company who embraces diversitywill attract a wider range of candidates to their vacancies, as itwill be viewed as more progressive organisation and willappeal to individuals from all walks of life. Naturally, as thenumber of applicants for each vacancy rises, the chances offinding an exceptional candidate increases too! It can also helpwith employee retention, as people want to work in an