Diversity - refers to the similarities and differences between individuals accounting for all aspects of one’s personality and individual identity. Some of the dimensions of diversity are shown below with examples of content available.
Diversity provides the potential for greater innovation and creativity. Inclusion is what enables organizations to realize the business benefits of this potential.
Inclusion describes the extent to which each person in an organization feels welcomed, respected, supported and valued as a team member. Inclusion is a two-way accountability; each person must grant and accept inclusion from others. In such an environment, every employee will tend to feel more engaged and will be more likely to contribute toward the organization’s business results. This requires people from diverse backgrounds to communicate and work together, and understand each others’ needs and perspectives—in other words, demonstrate cultural competence.
Veteran’s Employment Liaison
Samuel Ramirez, Director of Employee Development and Compliance Services Department
Samuel.Ramirez@tamucc.edu, (361) 825-2765
Effective September 1, 2015 the Military Veterans’ Full Employment Act, SB 805 was amended. A veteran qualifies for a veteran’s employment preference.
Visit Veteran's Preference Information Page for more details.