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EMPLOYEE PERCEPTIONS OF THE INFLUENCE OF DIVERSITY DIMENSIONS ON CO-WORKER INTERACTIONS AND DAILY ORGANIZATIONAL OPERATIONS
Risk Governance and Control: Financial Markets & Institutions
This study assesses employee perceptions of the influence of diversity dimensions (race, gender, religion, language, sexual orientation, attitudes, values, work experience, physical ability, economic status, personality) on their interactiions with co-workers as well as on their organization in its daily operations. These perceptions were also compared and gender related correlates were assessed. The study was undertaken in a public sector Electricity Department in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.doi:10.22495/rgcv4i4art3 fatcat:am77mvzba5euzi3lo2zjas6sx4