The Hard Truth About Inclusion in the Workplace: What Works (and What Doesn’t)
The time is now for transformational change and a recommitment to the advancement of underrepresented groups in the workforce.
Organizations in the United States spend $8 billion on diversity and inclusion training each year. And yet, the results simply aren’t there: 45% of U.S. workers report experiencing discrimination in the past year and 75% of employees in underrepresented groups do not feel they have personally benefitted from their company’s DE&I programs.
In Linkage’s latest White Paper, we reset the conversation and boldly reveal research-backed tactics to create and sustain cultures of inclusion.
In this white paper:
- Discover the 3 organizational drivers that have the largest impact on creating and maintaining a culture of inclusion
- Learn which tactics simply don’t work and identify which inclusion efforts to leave behind
- Gain access to the latest research on inclusion as a business imperative
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