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In companies where the stereotype is standard, you can benefit from both the experience and insight of older employees and technical implementation from the younger staff.
Employees can bring varied belief systems and degrees of religious observation with them into the workplace.
Business and governments continue to work on integrating their workforces to better reflect the general population because it’s good for business.
Companies that hire a racially diverse workforce consistently draw more customers and reap higher profits than those businesses with a less diverse staff, reports a 2009 "Science Daily" article.
For any organization to perform up to its potential, it’s important to understand the ways in which diversity manifests in the work place and how to tap into it rather than stumble over it.
The findings from the focus group sessions were benchmarked with other external faculty.
The cultural factors of ethnicity and language, attitudes to educational learning, education and prior learning, learning styles and socio-economic background were well supported by the external faculty.
Consider the common stereotype that younger people are more tech savvy, whereas older people are opposed to contemporary trends.
Even if this is the case, this range of perspectives allows for a more dynamic business approach than one perspective could on its own.