Industrial and organizational psychology, Corporatism, Human resource management
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Industrial and organizational psychology, Corporatism, Human resource management

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  • High School
  • 1860

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There are many external issues which can cause an organization to change. The laws of the land change all the time. Recent legislation on equal opportunities, for example, has meant that organizations have to develop policies to ensure that all member of the organization have equal access to jobs, training and promotion,. This can be a big change, especially for smaller companies which may be more accustomed to appointing mainly men, or mainly people from a particular ethnic background. Political issues can cause change too, for example the military in the United States has to deal with political decisions on matters such as care of prisoners, or regulating gay and lesbian members of their staff. There are also sometimes advances in technology that cause an organization to change. In the

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