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Analysis of possible solutions (700 words approximately)
Linking to the most likely cause of the problem, give a brief outline of why it is important to resolve the problem (approx. 50 words)
Identification of possible solutions (approx. 400 words)
Identify and discuss three possible solutions for the most likely cause linking to the relevant management function/s (Planning, Leading, Organising, Controlling)
Environmental factors (approx. 150 words)
Consider environmental factors that may impact the underlying cause and recommended solutions
Most appropriate solution (approx. 100 words)
Select and justify the most appropriate solution to overcome the underlying cause
"Your company has had a policy for a number of years that allows for the increasing diversity of the workforce of the company. The policy has been in place for five years and gradual progress was being made. However, in the last 12 months the diversity of staff in a number of key areas within the organisation seems to be retreating. It seems to be linked to a manger appointed 12 months ago"
Virtual Business Report
Length: 3 pages (954 Words)
Virtual Business Report (Part B)
Inadequate recruitment strategies and a homogenous stuff in the business is a main challenge in ensuring diversity in the virtual business. It is important to come up with solutions that will help boost and further promote diversity in the company. The importance in coming up with solutions to the diversity problem is that they will benefit both the stuff and the employers. When associates learn to respect individual differences, productivity will increase. Coming up with solutions to the problem will also reduce cases of lawsuits in the business, and will instead increase recruitment, marketing opportunities, creativity, and business image (Wambui, Wangombe, Muthura, Kamau, & Jackson, 2013).