Over the past couple of years, most organisations have greatly progressed on the inclusion and diversity front. Shifting from ensuring they were meeting all legal requirements, to embedding inclusion as a key value in their organisational culture.
According to the latest CIPD report*, inclusive organisations that attract and develop individuals from a wider pool of talent, generally perform better. As a consequence, many organisations have started to focus more on creating the conditions to build an inclusive environment. However, certain barriers still exist. There are a large number of people who still experience discrimination in the workplace.
Join the online CIPD Inclusion and Diversity conference, this May. Gain practical takeaways on the best practices to create a more inclusive work environment where every single employee, regardless of their ethnicity, gender, sexuality, or background is able to reach their full potential.