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Diversity in the Workplace Abstract Imagine that you're a highly capable former Hispanic executive who was recently laid off by a fortune 500 hundred business. Within that organization you held several key roles in which you were crucial to the success of the organization. In the prior roles you may not have ever really understood the need or the procedure for managing diversity. You hold several advanced degrees in key business fields despite all your experience education and the economy flourishing you can't seem to discover a job comparable to where you were. You happen to buy a copy of the Wall Street Journal and on the front page is the article below: Hispanics are the nation's largest minority group, and the youngest, and the most underrepresented in companies' top management. Since 1990 the Hispanic population has grown from 22.4 million to nearly 42.6 million. By 2050 they'll account for one out of four U.S. citizens. But of the 10,417 board seats in Fortune 1,000 companies, they hold only 191, and occupy only a scant 1.1% of the executive offices in those companies. Of the top 1,000 corporations, 913 have no Latino officers, and 35 entire industries, like insurance and telecommunications, have no Hispanics at all in executive positions. Search firms say their databases are rich with Latino talent. LatPro, the biggest job board for Hispanics, has a database of 240,000 professionals, with 50,000 candidates seeking entry level management positions - the same $50,000 to $100,000 a year positions companies say they're having trouble filling with diverse professionals. Says Ernesto Fresquez of Fresquez another may be that they're unwilling to face how far behind they are in Hispanic hiring. (Thomas 2003) Introduction once the society's functioning of diversity and social responsibility fails, the results are a system of inequality and lacking of social commitment. Diversity concerns are relevant and essential human ideas in which making choices is not always an issue of ethics or black and white. Managing diversity does no...