This conceptual paper splices postmodernism and equality at work, largely in a UK context. Following a delineation of a postmodern perspective, it contends that joining a postmodern perspective to work generally and to equality at work more specifically reveals new interpretations of equality and inequality. Commodification, consumerism, oppositional terms and language, multiple realities and rhetoric are all shown to have connections with equality at work. Consequently, key inferences are drawn from taking a postmodern perspective on equality at work and a conclusion is reached on whether this perspective offers a useful conception or useless misconception in scrutiny of equality at work.
|Keywords:||Postmodern, Equality, Equal Opportunities, Diversity Management|
People Management, Learning and Change, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK
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