Celebrating Diversity Can Enhance The Workplace A recent study found that in the 'colorblind' workplace, where racial and ethnic differences are downplayed, employees may feel less engaged. But workplaces that promote multiculturalism may have better retention rates and employee investment. However, neither is perfect.
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Celebrating Diversity Can Enhance The Workplace

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Celebrating Diversity Can Enhance The Workplace

Celebrating Diversity Can Enhance The Workplace

Celebrating Diversity Can Enhance The Workplace

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A recent study found that in the 'colorblind' workplace, where racial and ethnic differences are downplayed, employees may feel less engaged. But workplaces that promote multiculturalism may have better retention rates and employee investment.

However, neither approach is perfect. Chicago Tribune columnist Dawn Turner Trice took a look at the report's findings for the Exploring Race blog, and found the issue complicated. So she, and we, want to know: What do you think?