There is a story in your past that you think defines you. It doesn’t. Today, let it go.
Workplace culture can be a strong determining factor for success. But emphasizing culture fit when hiring can result in an unhealthy monoculture if you aren’t taking steps to foster diversity and inclusion.
According to a recent survey, although 83 percent of HR leaders agree that all people decisions should be based on data and analytics, just 37 percent use data to solve people management problems.
In an unprecedented attempt to reframe diversity, Deloitte is now educating and convincing today’s dominant group that inclusion is good for business.
Employers use diversity and inclusion initiatives for both compliance obligations and to increase the overall bottom line with a more diverse workforce. Developing a diversity and inclusion initiative involves four main phases that this article will cover.