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Mustafa Bilgehan Ozturk and Ahu Tatli

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning and intersex (LGBTQI) employees make up a significant constituency within the workforce. Yet, career concerns and challenges pertaining to diversity on the basis of sexuality and gender identity have traditionally been neglected in the wider career development literature. This chapter explores both the constraints faced by sexuality and gender identity minority employees in planning and developing their careers, and also the possible remedial actions which are uniquely tailored to LGBTQI workers in order to ensure that organizations are sufficiently equipped to respond to the pressing needs of their diverse workforce. Therefore, the goal of the authors is to elucidate the current career challenges and possible pathways of improvement for the LGBTQI workers. They first provide an overview of the existing research, theories and concepts that shed light on the career outcomes of LGBTQI employees; then they identify and discuss recommendations for policy and practice.

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Edited by Katerina Nicolopoulou, Mine Karataş-Özkan, Ahu Tatli and John Taylor

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Edited by Katerina Nicolopoulou, Mine Karataş-Özkan, Ahu Tatli and John Taylor

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Global Knowledge Work

Diversity and Relational Perspectives

Edited by Katerina Nicolopoulou, Mine Karataş-Özkan, Ahu Tatli and John Taylor

Global Knowledge Work is an up-to-date account of theoretical approaches and empirical research in the multi-disciplinary topic of global knowledge workers from a relational and diversity perspective. It includes contributions from international scholars and practitioners who have been working with the concept of global knowledge workers from a number of different perspectives, including personal and academic life trajectories. They reveal that the relational framework of the three dimensions of analysis (macro-meso-micro) is relevant for analyzing the phenomenon of global knowledge workers, as expertise and specialised knowledge and its innovative application, together with the attraction and retention of talent remain key topics in the current socioeconomic conditions.
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Cynthia Forson, Mustafa Özbilgin, Mustafa Bilgehan Ozturk and Ahu Tatli

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Ahu Tatli, Mustafa Ozbilgin, Karsten Jonsen, Mine Karataş-Ozkan, Kenneth Amaeshi and Adedoyin Atewologun