Diversity, in all its manifestations, is an important part of New Zealand society and the
country’s contemporary business environment. The New Zealand Workplace Diversity Survey is
an annual record of how New Zealand firms and organisations see and respond to diversity.
The survey aims to contribute to public understanding and debate, and seeks to highlight
both good practice and what needs further attention. Such debate is important to make sure
that organisations are attuned to diversity among their workforce, their clients, and the
communities they serve. We may think of this in terms of making the most of the benefits
diversity is said to bring, but equally and perhaps more importantly, we need to think of this
in terms of the responsibilities organisations have to create and maintain inclusive and nondiscriminatory work places.
- Creator: Diversity Works New Zealand. It was produced by Dr Ritu Parna Roy (University of Auckland), Dr Jessica Terruhn (Massey University) and Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley (Massey University).
- Language: English
- Publisher: diversityworksnz.org.nz
- Year: 2019-03-25
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