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Diversity Training Group, The Fundamentals, para beneficio de los que no encuentran el enlace MANA-213 AHORA

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El siguiente documento es una copia del enlace brindado bajo este texto. El Taller 1 del Módulo de MANA 213 nos pide la lectura, pero por más que buscas en la página, no aparece.  Espero que esto les sea de mucha ayuda. UT Isabela, SUAGM, Programa AHORA: http://www.diversitydtg.com/the-fundamentals.html The Fundamentals . THE BASICS / DTG FUNDAMENTALS / TERMINOLOGY DTG's Mission: To help our clients understand the added value of diversity in the workplace and marketplace and to help our clients create and promote more inclusive work environments that leverages and maximizes this diversity. DTG's Vision: A better workplace where everyone feels like they "have a chance," they can participate, they can add value, and make a difference DTG's Passion : To make a difference Diversity  - All of our human differences Diversity Training  - Understanding how our differences  may   effect or influence our relationships at work (peers,

diversitydtg Diversity Quiz Answers / Contestaciones

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  Diversity and Demographics – Quiz Questions and Answers   By Mauricio A. Velásquez, MBA – President, CEO The Diversity Training Group 1. True or False - Census Data reflects older and more diverse U.S. Workforce? Answer: True 2. Hispanic population in the US grew by what percentage from 2000 to 2010? a. 27% b. 39% c. 43% d. 56% Answer:  c, in 2000, there was 35.3 million Hispanics in US in 2010.  In 2010, 50.5 million      Hispanics. 3. True or False – When Christopher Columbus discovered America in 1492, the world was  adding two people to the world population every minute. Answer: True, today the world is adding 158 people to the world population every minute!   Source:  Washington Post, Kids Post, Page1, October 30, 2011 4. The number of individuals ages 45 to 64 has increased a. 17.5% b. 24% c. 31.5% d. 36% e. 42.5% Answer: c, from 62 million to 81.5 million, the 2010 Census data show.  That is one  quarter of the population.