The chapter offers an overall presentation and cross-country analysis of the most relevant points emerging from the part of the DIVERSE Project 2013-15 dedicated to DM actions addressed to migrant workers from Third Countries. This part was implemented in all the ten EU countries involved in the project. DIVERSE ("Diversity Improvement as a Viable Enrichment Resource for Society and Economy") was supported by the European Commission through the European Integration Fund (Grant Agreement No. HOME/2012/EIFX/CA/CFP/4248 *30-CE-0586564/00-20). In particular, the chapter focuses on the variety of the observed practices of immigrant inclusion and on the “virtuous” direct and indirect effects that such endeavours tend, or appear, to engender. Attention is also paid to a couple of points which contribute to enrich both our understanding of the experiences that have been investigated and their practical potential: the former refers to constraints and criticalities in managing diversity when this is related to the presence of migrant personnel; the latter concerns a set of mechanisms and conditions which seemingly emerge as facilitating factors in these organisational trajectories in DM.

Monaci, M., Diversity Management and Migrants in EU Organisations. Views of a Challenging and Promising Landscape., in Zanfrini, L. (ed.), The Diversity Value. How to Reinvent the European Approach to Immigration, McGraw-Hill Education, Maidenhead 2015: 99- 140 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/67377]

Diversity Management and Migrants in EU Organisations. Views of a Challenging and Promising Landscape.

Monaci, Massimiliano
2015

Abstract

The chapter offers an overall presentation and cross-country analysis of the most relevant points emerging from the part of the DIVERSE Project 2013-15 dedicated to DM actions addressed to migrant workers from Third Countries. This part was implemented in all the ten EU countries involved in the project. DIVERSE ("Diversity Improvement as a Viable Enrichment Resource for Society and Economy") was supported by the European Commission through the European Integration Fund (Grant Agreement No. HOME/2012/EIFX/CA/CFP/4248 *30-CE-0586564/00-20). In particular, the chapter focuses on the variety of the observed practices of immigrant inclusion and on the “virtuous” direct and indirect effects that such endeavours tend, or appear, to engender. Attention is also paid to a couple of points which contribute to enrich both our understanding of the experiences that have been investigated and their practical potential: the former refers to constraints and criticalities in managing diversity when this is related to the presence of migrant personnel; the latter concerns a set of mechanisms and conditions which seemingly emerge as facilitating factors in these organisational trajectories in DM.
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The Diversity Value. How to Reinvent the European Approach to Immigration
978-00-771-7453-8
McGraw-Hill Education
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Monaci, M., Diversity Management and Migrants in EU Organisations. Views of a Challenging and Promising Landscape., in Zanfrini, L. (ed.), The Diversity Value. How to Reinvent the European Approach to Immigration, McGraw-Hill Education, Maidenhead 2015: 99- 140 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/67377]
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