Diversity and inclusion matters. From building happy communities to ensuring marginalised people are given a fair chance, diversity doesn’t just make moral sense, it makes business sense too.
For example, companies that are more racially diverse are 35% more likely to have higher financial returns, and those that are gender diverse and 15% more likely to have higher financial returns.*
Despite the overwhelming arguments in support of diversity, and compelling statistical evidence, Australia is still lagging in key areas around diversity and inclusion.
That’s why organisations need to make committed and strategic effort to address shortcomings in their own organisation.
To help with this task, we’ve put together a comprehensive eBook on the subject: Your Guide to Achieving Diversity and Inclusion in Your Total Workforce
This guide will help you:
- Build comprehensive diversity data.
- Identify areas of concern.
- Amend company policies and practices.
- Establish diversity and inclusion initiatives.
- Measure progress and success.
With increasing talent shortages, heightened competition and ongoing economic uncertainty, you can’t afford not to harness all tools at your disposal.