Responses Checklist: I could really relate to the article by Howard Rossi because I too would like to live in an egalitarian society (Schepici, 2012). Some of the reasons that

Responses Checklist: I could really relate to the article by Howard Rossi because I too would like to live in an egalitarian society (Schepici, 2012). Some of the reasons that our society is not egalitarian now, are physical, cultural, economic, age, and geographical differences. ring preferences based on any of these differences seems completely beside the point. At work, the most important difference to have is between experienced employees and newer apprentices. Experienced employees are going to be the people who were chosen by employers in the past, so as employers learn to manage their implicit and unconscious biases (Schepici, 2012), I hope that improves. In workplaces, the focus should be on providing excellent work, not homogenized, or over priced work, but sustainable work. If people are able to manage their biases, then their good sustainable work can be provided to everyone. This is the best case scenario of an egalitarian society, that everyone shall have equal access to jobs that they will do well because they benefit equally from the work. By creating diversity in the workplace that is based on a range of experience, it can facilitate job mobility, and job stability. However, there is no way that one type of diversity can be used as a substitute for any other. All kinds of oversight are important, but I believe that keeping experienced employees who would like to continue, as well as giving new employees the opportunity to learn from their experience is the most important thing for work places. Reference: Schepici, Kristin. (2012). “Diversity, Inclusion, and the Concealed Mind (Part 1) by Howard Ross.” Leadership Insights Blog. Linkage website. Retrieved from http://blog.linkageinc.com/blog/fighting-the-bias-in-your-brain-by-howard-ross/ DQ2

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