What it takes to move the needle on Diversity & Inclusion
Pretty much everyone I meet in my work agrees that diversity and inclusion are important matters. There are many good reasons why it’s necessary: Because we can’t afford to lose out on the talent in the groups that are underrepresented today.
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Building Diverse Talent Communities
Technology now allows us to live and work in a borderless world. A diverse workforce is more important than ever to increasing an organization’s capacity for innovation and maintaining a competitive advantage in this global marketplace.
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What Does Workplace Diversity Look Like in 2018?
The world is diverse, but is the workplace? Diversity and inclusion have long been HR buzzwords, and many HR leaders cite diversity as a key objective in their strategic planning. For many talent acquisition pros, hiring a diverse array of employees is top of mind. But once those employees enter your organization, it takes the entire community to create a genuinely diverse and inclusive workplace.
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Top 5 Workplace Diversity Statistics
Workplace diversity is a term which refers to a company which employs people of varying characteristics, such as gender, age, religion, race, ethnicity, cultural background, sexuals orientation, religion, languages, education, abilities, etc.
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The Business Case For Gender Diversity
Mother nature is diverse, and it benefits are seen everywhere, we have multiple species of animals and plants. Together all of them make up the ecosystem and grow with and through each other. It stands true for organisations too; it is a well-known fact that having a diverse team leads to a better organisation.
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