Today, more than any other time in the history of the world, diversity management is an important aspect of organizational management because of the increasing interaction of cultures in the workplace (Broxil, 2010). The wave of globalization brought with it an impetus for people to move from one place to another and for organization to internationalize (Gotsis&Kortezi, 2013). Global movement of workforce and business internationalization means the workplace of today is mixture of people from different gender, culture, race, social class, and may other diversity aspects. For managers, especially human resource managers, understanding how to deal with this diversity is vital to having high performing organizations. Diversity management in the workplace is manifested in different aspects like racial discrimination, equal pay for men and women, sexual harassment, denial of freedom to worship for Seventh Day Adventists, and many others (Armstrong & Stephens, 2012).