These days managers are hard-pressed to focus on diversity and ensure inclusion in their organisations.
After all, over the past few weeks, we have seen tensions rise dramatically with protests for the Black Lives Matter movement, marches against gender inequality, and pride month awareness. To top it all off, there are growing tech education gaps between the tech-savvy and the tech-illiterate as the 2020 pandemic has forced people onto digital platforms.
There is no denying the fact that these problems had been simmering under the surface for decades. Now that the diversity and inclusion issues have boiled over, we have a chance to address and fix them before further damage is done. But that is easier said than done.
“Diversity and inclusion are not the same – and one does not automatically come with the other.”
– Larissa Leienbach, Diversity & Inclusion Ambassador at Uniper
Your support of diversity and inclusion movements like BLM must go beyond social media posts and token hiring. Leadership has a long way to go to ensure more inclusion and diversity in their organisation.
Without a physical office space, this can prove to be more challenging than ever before – but an inclusive workplace culture is the key to making diversity work.
This white paper provides you with 7 effective ways to create and foster an inclusive work environment for your teams.
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