Treating others Fairly at Work

Treating others Fairly at Work - A . Explain the importance...

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Unformatted text preview: A . Explain the importance of valuing differences of others in the workplace. B. Demonstrate ways to treat others fairly at work. Explain the importance of valuing differences of others in the workplace. Once upon a time, Jacob was happily playing with his toy train when all of a sudden, Matt grabbed the train out of his hands and ran away with it. You first. No thank you. You were here ahead of me. Befair Ave. Befair Ave. Black American Indian/ Alaskan Native White Asian/ Pacific Islander Four broad categories of races identified by the U.S. Census Bureau: Mental Ability Refers to an individuals learning and thinking ability People are born with different mental abilities. I wish I could learn these foreign language terms as easily as I do math problems. An individuals sexual preference for members of the same, opposite, or both sexes Physical Condition: a persons overall health Age The number of years people have lived An organized form of belief in a higher power Each culture has its own customs, habits, and traditions that have been developed over time. Refers to the background people inherit from the ethnic group, or culture, into which they are born Geographic Origin The part of the world and the type of area from which a person has come Education Formal education is the amount of learning a person has acquired in the classroom. Informal education is the knowledge acquired through life experiences. P e o p l e d i f f e r i n t h e l a n g u a g e s t h e y s p e a k a n d / o r t h e w a y s i n w h i c h t h e y u s e l a n g u a g e . Good morning. This is the Timely Towing Company. How may I help you? I need a tow truck. My car is in a bar ditch off Highway 59. Youre saying your car is on the berm? The combination of all of an individuals personal characteristics Meet Couple A: Ricky and Elena Yatkin Their yearly income of $229,197 permits them to live in an expensive house, wear designer clothing, travel first class, and send their children to private school. They can be characterized as having an affluent lifestyle. Meet Couple B: Lupe and Nancy Cervantez Although they make $231,468 a year, the Cervantezes choose to live in a small house in a suburban neighborhood....
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