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January 1, 2002 by Prentice Hall .
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Inclusion of all workers for input is necessary to create a useful plan. Development of the diversity plan. Based on step 1, a series of attainable and measurable goals should be developed regarding workplace diversity.
Implementation of the plan. The commitment of executives and management is necessary. Formulating action plans based on the.
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not well defined or understood at work.