Kellogg Corporation Diversity Audit Course Project
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This is a case study analyzing the diversity of the Kellogg's company's workforce. The paper looks at many facets, mainly through the administration and human resources positions. It provides a perspective on Kellogg's strategic goals with various tables and charts for visual representation. The conclusion focuses on how Kellogg's has failed and succeeded with accountability, diversity and organizational processes.
From the Paper:"Presently, in the 21st century, the new millennium HR has moved well beyond just processing benefits, compensation, taxes, orientation, and interviews (internal activities) and has found itself adjusting to being an integral part company level, organizational decisions dealing with the recruiting and placement of the workforce. So now HRM is not only thoroughly involved into the organizational process but HR offices are measured and evaluated on external goals as well as internal goals which essentially propel the company forward in a supportive fashion. A collaborative relationship based on mutual concepts, plans, and processes between the administrative executives, managers and the HR representatives are now more of a consultative event at the organizational management briefing (730). To navigate through organizational issues, the HRM must construct its own core competencies to deal with daily problems within the company but still adhering to the company's goals. Basically, a logical combination of experience, knowledge, company data along with the mission objectives, the HRM has to find ways to submit or suggest innovative, forward thinking solutions to solve organizational issues."
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