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The main mission of any organization is for its workers to perform well for the organization to get more profit and grow whilst the primary mission of any employee is to get the opportunity in the firm they are working so that their suggestions and the knowledge they have about their experiences at the workplace will be accepted and acted upon. Equal opportunities in the workplace contribute positively to employee performance when employees feel treated fairly. It enhances morale, engagement, and positivity. Additionally, diverse teams often bring varied perspectives, fostering creativity and problem-solving. Research indicates that an inclusive environment leads to higher job satisfaction and lower turnover rates, ultimately benefiting overall organizational performance. Equal opportunities lead to professional growth, skill development, and career advancement which form the cornerstone of organization dynamics. The programs, mentorship, and diverse roles shape employees' capabilities and aspirations. This review examines the organizational structures and policies that foster or hinder equal opportunities, emphasizing the pivotal role of understanding the intricate relationship between employee opportunity and organizing job performance as well as providing insights into fostering a thriving adaptable workforce.


Employee equal training equal pay equal recruitment performance

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Osei - Mensah, S. (2024). Analysis of the Relationship Between Equal Opportunity and Employees’ Performance. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies and Innovative Research, 12(1), 1763–1768.


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