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diversity affirmative action surface-level diversity deep-level diversity social integration age discrimination sex discrimination glass ceiling racial and ethnic discrimination disability Chapter 12 Chapter 12 Chapter 12 Chapter 12 Chapter 12 Chapter 12 Chapter 12 Chapter 12 Chapter 12 Chapter 12
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Treating people differently (e.g., in hiring and firing, promotion, and compensation decisions) because of their age. Treating people differently because of their sex. The invisible barrier that prevents women and minorities from advancing to the top jobs in organizations. Treating people differently because of their race or ethnicity. A mental or physical impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities. A variety of demographic, cultural, and personal differences among an organization’s employees and customers. Purposeful steps taken by an organization to create employment opportunities for minorities and women. Differences such as age, sex, race/ethnicity, and
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