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How to promote cultural rights in the workplace

  • Provide the environment in which employees are free to use their own language when interacting with others during their free time.
  • Encourage employees to participate in cultural activities.
  • Allow employees to provide solutions to challenges from their own cultural perspective.
  • Regular cultural information sessions will help employees to respect each other's culture in the workplace.
  • Make provision for different cultures, such as food served in the canteen/entertainment at staff functions.
  • Employ people from various cultural backgrounds.
  • Employees should be trained√ on cultural tolerance. 
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