What An Inclusive Workplace Actually Looks Like, And Seven Ways To Achieve It

Research shows that inclusive workplaces are six times more likely to be innovative and twice as likely to meet or surpass financial goals. On top of that, employees who feel able to bring their whole selves to work are 42% less likely to plan on leaving for another position within a year. At the core, it’s true that the higher the level of inclusion, the higher the level of well-being and engagement in your employees, which can lead to better business results.

Take a look at these seven components of inclusion:

  1. Access to resources
  2. Having a voice
  3. Being accepted and valued for who you are
  4. Learning and development
  5. Collaborative environment
  6. Intentionally focusing on inclusive practices
  7. Creating a sense of belonging

More information: Forbes.com

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