Assessment –Part 1
Develop and Implement diversity policy
A two page essay on ‘Workplace diversity’
(You may include a definition for diversity, different aspects, and benefits, challenges of diversity, diversity in Australia or any other area that you are passionate about).
Definition of Workplace Diversity
Diversity is the inclusion of things, people, and places that are different. For example, having different races, genders, ages, and ethnicities of people in one place is showing great diversity. No one thing or person is the same and is made up of different cultures and backgrounds. Also diversity can be the different opinions of individuals.
What is Workplace Diversity?
The principles of workplace diversity:
* treat each other with respect and dignity;
* provide a safe, secure and healthy workplace;
* make decisions genuinely based on equity and fairness;
* value the diversity of people; and
* Take appropriate action to eliminate discrimination.
Workplace diversity relates to gender, age, language, ethnicity, cultural background, disability, sexual orientation and religious belief. Diversity also refers to the myriad ways we are different in other respects such as educational level, job function, socio-economic background, personality profile, geographic location, marital status and whether or not one has family or other carer responsibilities. Diversity is the quality of being different and unique. The Tribunal values diversity by recognising and respecting each individual's unique attributes. The Tribunal will manage diversity by creating and sustaining an environment where everyone can achieve his or her potential. Workplace diversity maintains the basic principles of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) in the Australian Public Service (APS). To that end, Workplace Diversity Plans include measures to address employment- related disadvantages of women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people of non-English...
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