Participants Affirmative action often has a negative connotation. However, there are some misconceptions associated with affirmative action plans.

Participants: Affirmative action often has a negative connotation. However, there are some misconceptions associated with affirmative action plans.
Affirmative action plans must align with the HR brand, as well as recruitment, selection, and diversity objectives, to be effective. These elements are intertwined and contribute to the organization’s competitive advantage. By Day 3 of Week 4 Based on this week’s readings and your own academic research, respond to the following discussion questions/prompts in the Discussion 1 – Week 4 thread. What myths or misconceptions of affirmative action plans did you have before reading about them? How do they compare with reality?
How can affirmative action plans support succession planning strategies? How might affirmative action plans affect training and development programs? What legal and ethical issues should be considered in the succession planning process? What strategies could be used to establish a culture that is inclusive of diversity and to support succession planning? How might succession planning affect an organization’s structure or the traditional hierarchy?

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