cultural diversity

 Recognizing various ethnic groups and their contribution to the workplace.
 ► “Before implementing a cultural diversity training program, managers should ensure that the CEO* supports the initiative and the diversity training is perceived positively by employees.” (Security Management, July 1995, p. 25)

American business jargon. 2014.

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