using your favourite search engine, like google or bing for instance, you will be able to find legions of already published and (most probably) legally above board examples of policy documents covering diversity & inclusion aspects.

small- to medium-sized businesses (sme) sometimes simply do not have the infrastructure or need for defining and implementing an official diversity & inclusion policy. depending on the actual size of the workforce, ranging from 1 to perhaps 500, there may be no one in the business giving thought to such a policy.

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probably a question almost everyone struggles to get their head around at some point in their lives. finding and formulating an answer to give definition to the whole concept of being someone i am comfortable with not only takes time and lots of thought,

normally corporate company guidelines apply to all geographical areas of business. for instance, a policy (of guideline) stipulating how suppliers should be entered into an erp-system, covers all aspects of obtaining the master data, the process of approval to actually allow the supplier to be registered and then also the system steps to capture the supplier's data in the erp-system. with a global diversity & inclusion policy this mindset could lead to many problems.

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