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19288. Fostering Inclusivity in Historically Exclusive Environment: Hrm Roles and Practices NEW, WINTER-SPRING 2017. Drawing on diversity theories and the literature on human resource management (HRM) best practices in diversity management, this paper provides an overview and analysis of HRM roles and practices in fostering inclusivity and diversity in historically exclusive organizational environments such as those present in many of Silicon Valley’s high tech companies. Discusses the climate of exclusion in many Silicon Valley tech companies and the pronounced absence of women, African Americans, and Hispanics in many of these firms. Diversity and inclusion is discussed from the perspective of Cox’s (1991) six dimensional framework as well as Shore et al.’s (2011) inclusion framework. HRM role and practices promoting inclusion are discussed with reference to the situation in Silicon Valley. APA Style. 10 pages, 61 footnotes, 24 bibliographic sources, 2,598 words. TAGS: diversity management, diversity and inclusion, Silicon Valley, tech firms, women, African Americans, diversity theory, Cox, Shore inclusion framework, hrm practices.   $70


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