Organizational Ethics 2

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Human Resources Chapter 8 BusM 390 Marriott School of Management
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Managing a Diverse Workforce Changing Face of the Workforce Work-Life Balance
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The Workforce’s Changing Face More women working than ever before Immigration has profoundly changed the  workforce Ethnic and racial diversity is increasing The workforce will continue to get older
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Demographic Change in the U.S. (2000 –  2010) Demographic % of Labor % of Labor Percent Change Component  Force, 2000 Force, 2010 in Numbers Total labor force 100.0 100.0 11.9 Men   53.4   52.1   9.2 Women   46.6   47.9 15.1 Children 10-14     0.0     0.0   0.0 White   83.5   81.2   8.9 White male   45.5   43.2   6.7 Black   11.8   12.7 20.7 Hispanic origin   10.9   13.3 36.3 Asian and other*        4.7     6.1 44.1 *Includes Pacific Islanders, American Indians, and Alaska Natives (Source:   Bureau of Labor Statistics.)
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Women in the Workplace Why?
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Women in the Labor Force Six out of ten women (over 16) are in the  labor force Between 25-54, over 75% are in the labor  force
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Proportion of Women in the Labor  Force  (1950 – 1999) 34 36 38 39 43 46 52 55 58 58 59 62 20 30 40 50 60 70 '50 '55 '60 '65 '70 '75 '80 '85 '90 '93 '96 '99 Percent Year SOURCE: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
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The Top Nine Jobs Held by Women:  2000* Number Women as a Percentage  of Women  of Total Number of  Occupation (in thousands) Workers in Occupation 1. Secretary     2,002 99% 2. Elementary school teacher     1,563 83 3. Registered Nurse     1,385 91 4. Nursing Aid, orderly or attendant    1,267 88 5. Cashier     1,046 77 6. Health technologist or technician      1,023 78 7. Bookkeeper, accounting,     or auditing clerk     1,014 91 8. Accountants and auditors        785 60 9. Receptionist        688 97 *Based on number of women working full-time as wage and salary workers in detailed occupational categories Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Current Population Survey.
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The Wage Gap
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76 75 76 75 72 68 64 2000 1996 1994 1992 1990 1985 1980 Year The Wage Gap (median weekly earnings for FTE)
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The Gender & Race Pay Gap
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2003 Median Annual Earnings 2003 Median Annual Earnings NOTE: Includes full-time, year-round workers ages 15 and above.  Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, 2004 Annual Social and Economic Supplement. Race/gender Earnings Wage Ratio White men $41,211 100.0% Black men $32,241 78.2 White women $31,169 75.6 Black women $26,965 65.4 Hispanic men $26,083 63.3 Hispanic women $22,363 54.3      All men $40,668      All women $30,724      Wage gap 75.5
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Percent of women managers (in selected management categories, 1996)
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2011 for the course BUSMGT 390 taught by Professor Ellertson during the Winter '11 term at BYU.

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