Introduction to ‘Hidden’ Inequalities in the Workplace
This chapter aims to discuss the key elements of the book and highlight the main areas for investigation. It provides an assessment on the meaning of ‘hidden’ inequality in the workplace and evaluates the key dimensions of equality and diversity in modern organisations. The chapter explores further the role of legal expectations in managing organisational needs and provides a review of the book’s structure, objectives and context.
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