Report for Diversity Management in MG Group

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Letter of AuthorizationMG GroupNo. 57, WangHangDu Road, JinAn DistrictShanghai, 20004207/11/2009To Whom It May Concern:We the undersigned, hereby authorize Xiaojie Xu to act on our behalf in all manners relating to examine the problem of managing diversity in our company, including any survey or information pertinent to the problem solving of managing diversity. Any and all acts carried out by Xiaojie Xu on our behalf shall have the same affect as acts of our own.

This authorization is valid until further written notice from MG Group.

Sincerely,William Chew, CEO& PresidentYoung Tan, Vice PresidentReport for Diversity Management in MG GroupPrepared by:Letter of TransmittalDate: August 03, 2009To: William ChewFrom: Xiaojie XuSubject: Report for diversity management problem in MG GroupEnclosed you will find the report for diversity management problem in MG Group entitled "Report for diversity management problem in MG Group" due August 03, 2009. Through the analysis, I found that in MG the key factors that lead to diversity problem include the following ones: age, gender, race and religion.

In addition, a set of practical recommendations provided for MG management to take are mainly based on the writer's own experience that has provided to be useful and effective in his workplace. Furthermore, constructing a highly effective diversity management system/program is not easy as it needs a long-term commitment from top executive, line managers and ordinary employees of the organization.

This report is written to solve the problem with managing diversity in MG Group by identifying diversity problem, analyzing the methods MG Group has used, and making recommendations based on the identified problem. To achieve this, this report first provides a brief company background of MG Group. This is followed by diversity problem identification in MG Group, and discussion of how the problem developed. And then it critically describes all of the different methods...