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Readership: The target readership for this book will be undergraduate and postgraduate students studying modules on equality and diversity as part of an HRM or general business and management course.
These modules are usually delivered at level 2 or 3 at undergraduate level and tend to be an optional module. At PG level, these modules are more likely to be core, depending on the course.
Savita Kumra, Senior Lecturer, Brunel Business School, and Simonetta Manfredi, Reader in Equality and Diversity and Director of the Centre for Diversity Policy Research and Practice at Oxford Brookes University.
1: Equality and diversity issues in the Labour market
2: An outline of European and UK equality legislation
3: From equal opportunities to managing diversity
4: Implementing diversity management
Equality and diversity in practice
5: Managing ethnic diversity in the workplace
6: Managing gender diversity in the workplace
7: Managing disability in the workplace
8: Managing work-life balance
9: Managing sexual orientation and transgender in the workplace
10: Managing religion or belief in the workplace
11: Managing age diversity in the workplace
12: Conclusion and emerging themes