In recent years, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEi) have become vital in the corporate world.
Now, businesses develop programs and policies that promote workplace representation and involvement of people of various ethnicities, races, genders, religions, ages, sexual orientations, abilities, disabilities, backgrounds, and experiences.
More than legal compliance, DEi drives an organisation’s growth by focusing on equity. It’s not another “feel-good” corporate project but a serious set of enterprise-level initiatives to transform the society we live in into a more just place.
Research reveals that diversity sourcing at all tiers of an organisation helps boost innovation and improve several areas like team performance and revenue.
However, diversity is only one-third of the equation. To achieve the desired results, you must execute your DEi strategy correctly. After all, there’s no point in hiring a more diverse workforce if you won’t empower employees to share their viewpoints and contribute to business success with their unique input.
This handbook will provide you with insightful suggestions to help you implement DEi initiatives across your recruitment process. It will help you take the first steps towards developing a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive organisation.