Over the past 30 years, ARMC Global, along with president John P. Fernandez, have written and published ten books on human resources, leadership, Diversity, Proactive Inclusion, and family care.

 

Leading in a Diverse & Conflicted World

In today’s diverse and constantly changing world, excellent leaders are rare. With daily news stories about greedy, selfish, and shortsighted leaders, it seems many of our organizations and societies lack the proper guidance to move forward. Leading in a Diverse & Conflicted World looks at the reasons for this lack of quality leadership and provides solutions that balance our natural, innate desires around leadership with the rapid changes occurring in populations, communications, business models, and employment practices. 

Racism and Sexism in Corporate Life: Changing Values in American Business

Child Care and Corporate Productivity: Resolving Family/Work Conflicts

An enlightening book--subtitled Resolving Family/Work Conflicts--that finally proves that the conflicts employees have between work and family do hinder overall productivity, and explains what employers can do to solve the problem. The author offers workable solutions including flexible work options, referral services and training programs, subsidized day-care, and job-sharing

Human Resource Forecasting and Strategy Development: Guidelines for Analyzing and Fulfilling Organizational Needs

A collection of original articles by leading practitioners and researchers, this volume examines methods for human resource forecasting and planning to meet the strategic needs of the organization. As the editors note at the outset, changing characteristics of the workforce and new skill demands mean that human resource planning must become an integral part of corporate strategy development and implementation.

The Diversity Advantage: How American Business Can Out-Perform Japanese and European Companies in the Global Marketplace

Fernandez, one of the writers on diversity in the workplace, explores the advantage that diversity gives American companies over their international competitors. European and Japanese companies, he suggests, are ill-prepared for the increasingly heterogenous workplace they will face as they deal with foreign suppliers, customers and partners, and as their labour shortage forces them to hire from the outside.

Race, Gender and Rhetoric: The True State of Race and Gender Relations in Corporate America

Race & Rhetoric will be the definitive work on the subject of race and gender relations in corporate America. Diversity expert and author John Fernandez has amassed 25 years of research (surveying such companies as AT&T, Coors, and Disney), which will serve as the foundation for this authoritative work.

Managing a Diverse Workforce: Regaining the Competitive Edge

Leverage the rich diversity of the American work force. This eye-opening book candidly examines the ramifications of racism and sexism at work, and provides managers with practical advice on how to prepare their organizations for the next demographic revolution.

Black Managers in White Corporations

This product is not a traditionally bound book. Many ProQuest UMI products are black-and-white reproductions of original publications produced through the Books On Demand ® program. Alternately, this product may be a photocopy of a dissertation or it may be a collection reproduced on microfiche or microfilm if it is intended for library purchase.

Black Managers in White Corporations

This product is not a traditionally bound book. Many ProQuest UMI products are black-and-white reproductions of original publications produced through the Books On Demand ® program. Alternately, this product may be a photocopy of a dissertation or it may be a collection reproduced on microfiche or microfilm if it is intended for library purchase.

The Politics and Reality of Family Care in Corporate America

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