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Past Inclusion adopts a holistic and structures view of the association, provides a behavioral version of organizational inclusion dependent upon study with millions of staff, and discusses components of organizational layout that must be adjusted to create, nurture, and maintain an inclusive tradition.

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Big Store Big Store is a large multinational retailer and wholesaler of miscellaneous non-durable goods used for business and residential capital improvements. Founded in the United States, Big Store has offices, manufacturing facilities, and stores throughout the world. We queried approximately 10,000 stakeholders in positions ranging from part-time delivery person to highlevel geographic managers. We received responses from nearly 5,000, a very strong response rate. When we interacted with Big Store, they were doing very well in terms of corporate financial performance.

The following former Little Store employee said: I started at [location] and my 25th anniversary came a year after joining [Big Store]. The [District Manager] at the time had a lunch for me with colleagues & family . . [This made me feel included because] I didn’t know [him] for a full year but he made sure that I felt like a part of the [Big Store] team. This incident had such an impact because the leader was essentially saying that it didn’t matter how long this employee had been with Big Store technically.

Many of the respondents in Big Bank were simply exhausted by what they perceived to be never-ending performance demands and an organizational strategy that was so fluid that it could never remain still long enough to gel. The organization was experiencing a turbulent time and was trying to strategize in a dynamic global business and financial environment. Employees were working long hours amidst what they perceived to be rapidly changing strategic directions. Many expressed being overworked and confused about the direction of their jobs, or the safety of their positions.

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