Ethnic Minority Personnel Careers: Hindrances and Hopes

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Ross, Catharine;

Personnel departments often have particular responsibility for equal opportunities within their organizations. This paper explores equal opportunities within personnel departments themselves, in relation to the careers of ethnic minority personnel practitioners. Through... View more
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