Change is unavoidable. As individuals, we change as we age, grow, and learn more about ourselves and the world around us—and the same is true for business. Every organization, no matter how big or small, will have to adapt at some point.
It’s easy to say and hear the word diversity without actually ever knowing what it really means. But with only a general understanding of the word, it’s likely that there are some types of diversity being overlooked.
Having a diverse workplace is something most companies strive for nowadays. Since cities, states, and countries are projected to grow increasingly diverse for the foreseeable future, why would a workplace be any different?
Change is no stranger to the workplace. Think about the improving social fabric: new behavioral protocols, new sensitivity and cultural bias training, and creating safe and inclusive environments for employees.