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The impact of diversity training on commitment, career satisfaction and innovation

Sohail, Adil and Rehman, Kashif ur and Haq, Shams ul and Iqbal, Jaam Javaid and Razaq, Adeel and Sabir, M. Suleman (2011): The impact of diversity training on commitment, career satisfaction and innovation. Published in: Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies , Vol. 3, No. 4 (25 October 2011): pp. 257-263.


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The purpose of this paper is to investigate the relationship between diversity training with organizational commitment, career satisfaction, and innovation in the organization. The paper builds conceptual understanding of the model. The paper takes organization commitment, career satisfaction and Innovation, as Innovation is the part of organization environment. There are many studies on diversity training but no one focused its effect of innovation. The paper concluded that employees who are trained for diversity are more committed towards their organizations, and more satisfied with their careers. The paper also concluded that diversity training has positive effect on innovation. This paper builds relationship among different variables through previous studies. Limitations of this paper are that it is not guaranteeing the empirical reliability of the model, than the research on innovation is difficult to conduct because innovation is very gradual and systematic process. While talking about the innovation in the organization, diversity training is a very technical and worth while approach for today’s organizations. The paper finds that diversity training has its effect on commitment, career satisfaction and innovation.

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