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In the very narrow context of corporate "human resources" management, there is a contrasting pull to reflect and require workplace diversitythat echoes the diversity of a global customer base. Such programs require foreign language and culture skills, ingenuity, humour, and careful listening. These indicate a general shift through the human capital point of view to an acknowledgment that human beings contribute more to a productive enterprise than just "work": they bring their character, ethics, creativity, social connections, and in some cases pets and children, and alter the character of a workplace. The term corporate cultureis used to characterize such processes at the organizational level. 

Human Resources References 

  1. ^ Advances in Developing Human Resources Vol 6 (#3) August 2004 and Vol 8, #3, 2006. 
  2. ^ McLean G. N. National Human Resource Development: A Focused Study in Transitioning Societies in the Developing World. In Advances in Developing Human Resources; 8; 3, 2006. 
  3. ^ a b Kelly D, 2001, Dual Perceptions of HRD: Issues for Policy: SME’s, Other Constituencies, and the Contested Definitions of Human Resource Development,  
  4. ^ Nadler L Ed., 1984, The Handbook of Human resources Development, John Wiley and Sons, New York. 
  5. ^ McLean, G. N., Osman-Gani, A. M.,& Cho, E. (Eds.). Human resource development as national policy. Advances in Developing Human Resources, August (2004). 6 (3). 
  6. ^ a b Elwood F. Holton II, James W. Trott, Jr., 1996, Trends Toward a Closer Integration of Vocational Education and Human Resources Development, Journal of Vocational and Technical Education, Vol. 12, No. 2, p7 
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  9. ^ [a broad inter-sectoral approach to developing human resourcefulness see United Nations Expert Meeting on Human Resources Development. `Changing Perspectives on Human Resources Development. ST/TCD/SER.E/25. June 1994

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