Journal title MONDI MIGRANTI
Author/s Stella Pinna Pintor, Roberta Ricucci
Publishing Year 2023 Issue 2023/2 Language Italian
Pages 11 P. 9-19 File size 151 KB
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Recognizing the benefits of migration processes inevitably leads to appropriate human capital enhancement through cultural diversity management practices and policies, especially at the local level. In the corporate context diversity management practices have given this goal. However, in Italy there are some obstacles to their development, particularly related to the small size of companies and widespread cultural resistance. It is therefore necessary to develop practices that consider the specificities of the Italian context and cultural framework, as well as to update regulations in order to remove obstacles to the successful integration of the immigrant population. These measures should not be rejected only in companies with reference to the foreign presence, but rather it is a matter of taking into account the intersection of the different dimensions of identity and, at the same time, the different places where they meet (in addition to companies, schools, health care facilities, clubs, universities, sports etc.). Finally, this paper serves as an introduction to the various articles that present the intertwining of cultural diversity management practices and human capital improvement from different points of view.
Keywords: migrations; labor; human capital; diversity management.
Stella Pinna Pintor, Roberta Ricucci, Valorizzare il capitale umano per la gestione della diversità culturale in "MONDI MIGRANTI" 2/2023, pp 9-19, DOI: 10.3280/MM2023-002001