According to a recent Atlassian survey, 80% of respondents agree that diversity and inclusion is important to their company culture, but the same study showed that less than 30% of underrepresented groups have a sense of belonging.
Building a diverse and inclusive culture isn’t an easy, but successful companies focus on the research, data, and training to make an impact. A solid diversity and inclusion training strategy should achieve more than just knowledge gains. It should seek to positively shape attitudes, behaviors, and skills that promote inclusivity in the workplace.
Download this whitepaper to learn:
- The difference between diversity, equity, and inclusion
- The relationship between diversity and discrimination
- The business case for diversity training
- How to effectively measure inclusion efforts