Diversity is the future of the world. Societies are not as homogenous as they have been for hundreds and thousands of years. This has a lot to do with the fact that current politics allow people to freely immigrate and travel to other places. Technology aides in the ability to travel all over the world. Business relations are spread throughout the world and touch the lives of many different people. In many, if not all, societies, people of different backgrounds make up sizable population portions. Because of all of these things, it only makes sense to hire people of different backgrounds. After all, employees should represent portions of the population that are included in and affected by business deals. Property developer Hussain Sajwani understands this reason why diversity is important.
Hussain Sajwani intentionally makes the workforce in his company diverse. Making the decision to hire someone is a simple act that goes a long way. There doesn’t have to be a whole show about it. The solution is straight forward. The Hollywood celebrities who psychotically demonized Trump should take a page from the playbook of Hussain Sajwani. He’s not saying ludicrous things about wanting to murder people, and he is not slandering anyone’s character. The DAMAC owner is just doing what he needs to do, with little to no fluff.
Real estate investor Hussain Sajwani’s workforce is diverse because there are people from 77 different countries. This definition of diversity is better than the one that many Westerners give to the word. In many contexts, when Westerners say “diverse,” they just mean black. This isn’t always the case, but it has been many times. The DAMAC owner takes the word “diversity” to the next level by making it more diverse.
The entrepreneur is able to brag that people who work for his company have a good chance of advancing upward. There are a lot of people in the world who feel that their jobs are dead ends. As a result, they feel disillusioned and sometimes quit their jobs. Hussain Sajwani makes it so that people do not feel disillusioned and/or quit their jobs.
Additional reading: https://www.alaraby.co.uk/economy/2017/7/11/