Texaco's workforce diversity plan

March 1997
Workforce;Mar97 Supplement Tools, Vol. 76, p1
Unveils Texaco Incorporated's plan of ensuring fairness and economic opportunity for employees and business partners. Enhancing company's ability for global market competition; Outline of detailed programs and initiatives for all employees; Goals of the program.


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