This introduction presents an overview of keyconcepts discussed in the subsequent chapters of this book. The book begins with an overview of the economic development and changes in the social security policy in mainland China since the beginning of economic reform in 1978. It examines the discriminated groups by focusing on what disability management and diversity management have in common. The book aims at making use of conceptual knowledge from diversity research by transferring it to the field of Disability Management. It provides a comprehensive overview of Canadian human rights legislation and the duty to accommodate provision in employment law. The book summarizes the author's experience in developing disability management projects in south China and Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR). It explores the notion of disability management within Australia and specifically describes the development and current operational context of Australia's largest provider of disability employment services, CRS Australia.