Although claiming most of the major companies in the United States, they will try a work environment reflecting the social diversity (race, gender, etc.) to create, there is a lack of available information describing the successes and failures of their efforts. This note provides a legal and statistical framework for assessing (1) The Federal Government’s commitment to antidiscrimination efforts, (2) a history of prevalence and resolution of discrimination claims in the 1990s, and … Read more »

Although claiming most of the major companies in the United States, they will try a work environment reflecting the social diversity (race, gender, etc.) to create, there is a lack of available information describing the successes and failures of their efforts. This note provides a legal and statistical framework for assessing (1) The Federal Government’s commitment to antidiscrimination efforts, (2) a history of prevalence and resolution of discrimination claims in the 1990s, and (3) a statistical analysis of the U.S. workforce demographics and wage levels.
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Martin N. Davidson,
Cason Coplin,
Nicole McKinney
Source: Darden School of Business
15 pages.
Release Date: 12 May, 2000. Prod #: UV3175-PDF-ENG
Diversity in the Workplace: A Legal and Statistical Analysis HBR case solution