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DIVERSITY MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AMONG THE NON GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS IN NAIROBI

This study sought to establish the diversity management practices among Non Governmental Organizations in Nairobi.
This study adopted a sample survey research design. This design is appropriate for the study since the intention is to find out the status of diversity management practices in a cross section of Non Governmental Organizations in Nairobi.
Primary data was conducted using structured questionnaires as the main data collection instrument. The study targeted 505 NGOs operating and based in Nairobi. The researcher used the stratified random sampling technique to select 35 NGOs. Data was then analyzed using descriptive statistics such as means scores, frequencies and percentages. Tables, Pie charts and other graphs were used as appropriate to present the research findings.
From the findings, the study concludes that most organizations have developed diversity management programmes. It established that 40% of the organisations had developed these programmes. This was mostly in the Human Resource Planning practices where there were minorities included in panels that procured employees for the organizations. Further, leadership in these organisations recognized the learning opportunities presented in the management of diversity.
Recommendations that were made from the study were that; Cases of sexual harassment reported in the organizations should be promptly and exhaustively handled. Recruitment and selection processes in the organizations should conform to job descriptions and specifications. Diversity management practices should not be motivated by a desire to comply with regulations and avoid costly law suits in the organizations. Diversity should not be seen to be merely a passing fad in organizations.
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