Create an Inclusive Workplace

Aim to create an environment where people with diverse backgrounds, skills and perspectives feel valued and can contribute to your organization. Diversity encompasses more than just cultural backgrounds – it also reflects gender, age, marital status and other factors.

As steps are taken to create a more diverse workplace, both existing employees and newcomers may be apprehensive. That’s understandable. They will have questions and concerns and you may find that as people adjust, actions or words may cause misunderstandings. This can be the beginning of an opportunity to build new awareness and understanding.

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Kym Wolfe
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