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FOUNDATIONS OF  INDIVIDUAL  BEHAVIOUR
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CATEGORIES OF DIVERSITY
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PRIMARY CATEGORIES AGE RACE Ethnicity Gender Physical Abilities and qualities Sexual and affection orientation Secondary Categories Education Work Experience Income Marital status Religious Beliefs Geographical Location Parental Status Behavioral Style Peers Media Effects on Organizational Behaviour
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DID YOU KNOW? If you are talking to a South Texan male candidate, he will stand at a 90-degree angle to you? Or that attempting to shake hands with a Middle Eastern woman is considered offensive, unless she extends her hands first? Or that Hawaiians hug each other, exchanging breaths while greeting? Or that sitting with our legs crossed with a Middle Eastern candidate, is humiliating since showing the bottom of your shoe means you are looking for a fight
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It refers to an individual’s capacity to perform various tasks in a job. 1.
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2011 for the course MGMT 101 taught by Professor Deepasanghvi during the Spring '10 term at Folsom Lake College.

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