Understanding and Preparing for the Emerging Diversity in the Workplace: A Case Study
In this paper we examine the changing ethnic and racial makeup of the workforce in Jacksonville, Florida and the implications these changes will have on workers in the future.
||Diversity, Race Relations, Workplace Diversity
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 6, Issue 5, pp.55-62.
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Kearney Hoover is a Graduate Research Assistant at the Northeast Florida Center for Community Initiatives where she has worked on projects concerning inequality, race relations, deviance, and a variety of other topics. Ms. Hoover is also enrolled in the graduate program in Applied Sociology at the University of North Florida, where she serves as a Graduate Teaching Assistant.
Dr. Jeffry A. Will is an Associate Professor of Sociology and is currently the Director of the Northeast Florida Center for Community Initiatives. Dr. Will joined the UNF faculty in 1993. He earned his undergraduate degree at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana and his masters and doctorate degrees from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Dr. Will’s primary areas of research concern poverty, inequality and public policy.
Tracy A. Milligan is a Senior Research Associate at the Northeast Florida Center for Community Initiatives. She has been with the Center since 1999. Mrs. Milligan received her undergraduate degree and her Master of Science degree in Applied Sociology at the University of North Florida.
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