Workplace diversity means the inclusion of variety of people with individual differences such as races and gender into a same organisation or group. It is about creating a working environment where human differences are valued and respected and all abilities and experiences of diverse employees can be used to their fullest. People with different genders, ages, educational levels, cultural backgrounds and religious beliefs and so on are all related to workplace diversity. Diversity includes everyone because people are different from one another in many ways. It includes not only above-mentioned aspects, but also a few measurements of other diversity including race, ethnicity, physical and mental ability, sexual orientation, income, marital status, geographical location. In the workplace most diversity is to make determined effort to become an aware of these all measurement of diversity within the organization, with accepting there is a different between people. Google is known for its diversity in the workplace. Google is a multi-national company in the context of a diverse population and workplace. Google holds a number of associations (groups and networks) stand for the rights of diverse staff including disabled people (The capability council), women (women@goolge), homosexual (Gayglers: Google’s LGBT Network). The diversity not only reduces workplace stress but also makes Google one of Fortune Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For”. This provides Google a higher retention rate of employees and reduces training cost due to less staff turnover. Also, greater sense of unity as an organisation can reduce workplace stress and conflicts while improving work attendance. Due to the well-managed workplace diversity, Google’s business also covers a diverse range of areas.
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