Tag: Workplace diversity

The benefits of making inclusion a priority

The benefits of making inclusion a priority

It is a fact that low diversity is bad for business. Companies spend millions of pounds annually to foster a more inclusive corporate culture. They don’t just do it to avoid discrimination lawsuits, but because it makes them money. Leaders face the challenge of turning their companies into a meritocracy-based organisation. Running a meritocracy-based organisation is all about transparency and…

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Make your employees happy and productive through inclusivity

Make your employees happy and productive through inclusivity

The reasons to desire a diverse workforce are many. If you are a leader, the last thing you would want is a divided workforce. Leaders should celebrate diverse perspectives and make sure everyone feels a sense of belonging. People do their best work when they feel like they are a valued part of the business – they feel happier and…

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How to make your workplace more diverse, accepting, and innovative

How to make your workplace more diverse, accepting, and innovative

Workplace diversity is understanding, accepting, and valuing differences between people including those: • of different races, ethnicities, genders, ages, religions, disabilities, and sexual orientations.• with differences in education, personalities, skill sets, experiences, and knowledge bases. Diverse and inclusive companies drive innovative results. Yet many industries still struggling with diversity and inclusion, often failing to attract diverse talent due to inclusivity…

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How to increase workplace diversity

How to increase workplace diversity

You must approach the hiring process holistically – retaining employees might be more strenuous than recruitment. This is particularly true for companies in less diverse regions where relocated minority employees might feel disconnected. Does your workforce resemble the communities which you operate in? Do they match the demographics that you serve or want to serve? If not, develop an employment…

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