by Alex Bateman
Originally published: June 21, 2017
Diversity and inclusion are not only beneficial to employees but also to businesses as a whole. Here we look at why you need to be considering them.
The traditional workplace is changing. Cultured and diverse workforces are becoming a key element to successful businesses, as they no longer become a PR stunt to improve company image but are instead now a commitment to positive change. A diverse workplace not only provides benefits for employees but also encourages strong business gains.
There seems to be no valid argument against creating diversity and inclusion in the workplace. The majority of chief executives and business leaders acknowledge evidence backed by studies that show return on investment (ROI) in a diverse workplace is huge.