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Diversity in The Workplace: A Legal and Statistical Analysis
Davidson, Martin N.; Coplin, Cason; McKinney, Nicole Technical Note OB-0699 / Published May 12, 2000 / 15 pages.
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Although most major corporations in the United States claim they are attempting to create a workplace environment reflective of society's diversity (race, gender, etc.), there is a lack of available information describing the successes and failures of their efforts. This note provides a legal and statistical framework for evaluating (1) the federal government's involvement in antidiscrimination efforts, (2) a history of the prevalence and resolution of discrimination claims during the 1990s, and (3) a statistical analysis of U.S. workforce demographics and compensation levels.

  • Overview

    Although most major corporations in the United States claim they are attempting to create a workplace environment reflective of society's diversity (race, gender, etc.), there is a lack of available information describing the successes and failures of their efforts. This note provides a legal and statistical framework for evaluating (1) the federal government's involvement in antidiscrimination efforts, (2) a history of the prevalence and resolution of discrimination claims during the 1990s, and (3) a statistical analysis of U.S. workforce demographics and compensation levels.

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