Do you think that hypnosis is real or fake? Using SCHOLARLY resources, discuss current theories and research on hypnosis related to its effectiveness as a therapeutic technique.
and had recently promoted another black individual. Robert’s boss then asked for more reports and updates to ensure the credibility of Robert and his team’s work. The boss was now expecting that the team’s performance would drop due to the increase in black people. This stereotypical judgement resulted in Robert quitting his job as he was tired of needing to defend a team who were achieving quality work (ibid.). In conclusion, HRM has the potential to successfully meet diversity objectives and achieve equality at work. However, in reality HRM often falls short in ensuring diversity. The whole organisation needs to be on board with HRM goals if the workplace is to be an inclusive environment. This includes middle management who are often more concerned about their daily tasks. The view of commitment needs to adapt to be able to address all employees and not just people who fit within HRM’s “right” employee characteristics. This could be tackled through having an understanding that time does not represent productivity. Flexible working arrangements do have the potential to challenge the “right” employee standard and achieve equality at work. However, the over-reliance on part-time work often places these employees at a disadvantage. HRM aims to produce quality workers but the organisation is unable to solve wider societal issues. Some individuals are disadvantaged due to their manager’s stereotype views which can result in their quality of work being unnecessarily questioned.>GET ANSWER