How The Diverse Labor Force Management Improves Individual And Organizational Level Outcomes

913 WordsNov 4, 20144 Pages
This study is a secondary research. Due to nature of secondary research, this study does not involve any quantitative methods and any particular specific methods, which typically used in a primary research project, such as questionnaire, survey, observation, interview and etc. Indeed, this study focuses on the summaries and syntheses of existing research. All the data of this research are collected from the secondary data resources through the Melbourne University database and Google scholars. Apart from this, I look at the reference lists of some leading scholars’ research, such as Cox’s interactional model of the cultural diversity and McKay’s diversity climate studies, in order to obtain more relevant materials. The phase of gathering the appropriate data for the suitable topic has been through several steps and methods. Firstly, my initial topic of the study is the analysis of how the diverse labor force management improves individual and organizational level outcomes in the hospitality industry. I searched the related topic by key word search in the database of Melbourne University database, however only a few articles and books have been found. Therefore, I decided to enlarge my research area from hospitality industry into the whole range of industries. After I refined my research criteria, I found a considerable amount of articles and books. Some of the articles are written in Korean or Chinese. But most of the articles and the books are published in English and the
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