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Running head: BEST PRACTICES MANUAL FOR SUPERVISORS 1 Best Practices Manual for Supervisors
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BEST PRACTICES MANUAL FOR SUPERVISORS 2 Best Practices Manual for Supervisors There is a question whether exploring gender, ethnic, or culture training is necessary in the work place. There have been studies to prove that if this is in supervisory manuals there would be more understanding and less problems between supervisors and supervisees. It is important that in today’s society we realize that the training of diversity would be beneficial in the work place for more understanding from the supervisor’s role and position of making the right decisions when speaking to their employees no matter what the gender, ethnic, sexual orientation, or culture is. I defiantly agree with training for a supervisor’s position on this matter
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Unformatted text preview: because this will eliminate some of the law suits many companies are in court for. Supervisors could use this information and knowledge on diversity to better perform their supervisory position with in the company and maintain a professional relationship with their employees. BEST PRACTICES MANUAL FOR SUPERVISORS 3 References Dafna, G., Jackson, D., Koshkarian, L., Martos, N. P., Molina, A., & Patel, N. (April 2011). Exploring Ethnic, Gender, and Sexual Orientation Variables in Supervision: Do They Really Matter? , 29 (2), 102. Jayne, M. A., & Dipboye, R. (Winter 2004). LEVERAGING DIVERSITY TO IMPROVE BUSINESS PERFORMANCE: RESEARCH FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ORGANIZATIONS. . , 43 (4), 409-424. Protch, O. (Oct 2002). The dynamics of diversity supervision , 63 (10), 14....
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