Employment Equality and Diversity Management in a Russian Context

Fiona Colgan, Aidan McKearney, Elena Bokovikova, Sofya Kosheleva, Elena Zavyalova

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Diversity management (DM) has been identified as a 'new paradigm' to address the demographic diversity of the workforce (Tatli et al., 2012, p. 1). Over the past two decades, the terms 'diversity' and 'diversity management' have travelled globally as transnational organizations and institutions have sought to introduce them in a range of settings. However, Calas et al. (2009, p. 349) remind us that what is meant by these terms in different national and cultural contexts may vary. Increasingly there has been recognition of the importance of national histories and social, cultural, economic, political and legal equality trajectories which have preceded the arrival of DM (Tatli et al., 2012). Klarsfeld (2010, p. 1) suggests the way forward on understanding DM should be 'to restore diversity to its national contexts'. Shen et al. (2009) point to the urgent need to extend research on 'diversity management' to its diffusion and translation in transitional and developing economies. This chapter considers DM in the R
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationInternational Handbook on Diversity Management at Work: Country Perspectives on Diversity and Equal Treatment, 2nd edition
PublisherEdward Elgar Publishing
Pages304, 217-240
ISBN (Print)9780857939302, eISBN:9780857939319
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Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Colgan, F., McKearney, A., Bokovikova, E., Kosheleva, S., & Zavyalova, E. (2014). Employment Equality and Diversity Management in a Russian Context. In International Handbook on Diversity Management at Work: Country Perspectives on Diversity and Equal Treatment, 2nd edition (pp. 304, 217-240). Edward Elgar Publishing. https://doi.org/10.4337/9780857939319.00017
Colgan, Fiona ; McKearney, Aidan ; Bokovikova, Elena ; Kosheleva, Sofya ; Zavyalova, Elena. / Employment Equality and Diversity Management in a Russian Context. International Handbook on Diversity Management at Work: Country Perspectives on Diversity and Equal Treatment, 2nd edition. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014. pp. 304, 217-240
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Employment Equality and Diversity Management in a Russian Context. / Colgan, Fiona; McKearney, Aidan; Bokovikova, Elena; Kosheleva, Sofya; Zavyalova, Elena.

International Handbook on Diversity Management at Work: Country Perspectives on Diversity and Equal Treatment, 2nd edition. Edward Elgar Publishing, 2014. p. 304, 217-240.

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