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Diversity is not new, or complicated, but sometimes appears, or is made to appear, to be both. In the organizational context, diversity appears to have rapidly increased in recent years, which is attributable to a number of factors. Similarly, the concept of inclusion does not need to be feared as complicated, as individuals simply wish to be allowed to be themselves. The purpose of this chapter is to provide a broad discussion of the concepts of diversity and inclusion in the workplace to assist the reader with better understanding diversity and inclusion , and what they may mean for organizations. This chapter also aims to assist the reader in thinking about both differences and similarities among employees, and how these can be leveraged, and accommodated, by the organization .
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