Diversity and Inclusion — attracting and retaining millennial
Millennials believe that Diversity and Inclusion are essential to business success
According to an Inclusion Insights study from Deloitte, there is a growing generational gap in how diversity and inclusion are defined in today’s workplaces.
Millennials are unique in viewing diversity as essential for an inclusive culture that supports engagement, empowerment, and authenticity — and they value inclusion as a critical tool that enables business competitiveness and growth. As millennials flood leadership ranks, their perspectives will demand a shift in traditional diversity and inclusion models.
Do you know? In 9 years, millennials will be 75% of the workforce and they will have a great influence on organisations
Organisations that have a culture of belonging and have taken action to create an inclusive workplace will have a great competitive advantage. A Gallup study has identified the cost of disengaged employees at up to $550 billion per year in lost productivity.
If you want to create a truly inclusive culture, where every employee’s commitment, passion, and innovation are really being used–you should be willing to create a diversity and inclusion workplace where everyone belongs.
Everyone wants to be heard and belong
You don’t know where to start? The best way is to ask your employees and give them the space to create the change.
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