CWU’s commitment to diversity is demonstrated through programs, affirmative action plans, outreach, and professional development. The university’s commitment is further demonstrated through its Inclusiveness Initiative and policies and procedures that pertain to the university’s commitment to diversity.
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Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Workplace Forecast published every two years by the Society for Human Resource Management. The structure of the
report is based on a survey of human resource professionals on their views of key issues they feel will affect the workplace in the coming years. The report is divided into four broad sections covering demographics and society, economics and employment, public policy and law, and science and technology. The survey also asks HR professionals what actions they and their organizations are taking or are planning to take to address these trends, changes and challenges.
The Value of a Multigenerational Workplace: Phrases such as “These kids don’t have any work ethic,” or “Those old -timers are stubborn and set in their ways” have likely been heard more than once by diversity executives. They’re typically followed by a groan and frustrated eye rolling because the people in question—the managers/co-
workers/supervisors—represent another generation. One that is, presumably, not as evolved...
Central Washington University is a 2014 recipient of the prestigious INSIGHT Into Diversity HigherNew Chief Human Resources Officer
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