Why Diversity Matters in Your Workplace -- and How to Achieve It
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Diverse Companies with a wide range of employees enjoy broader skill sets, experiences, and points of view.
Be transparent about hiring criteria.
Improve retention of minority workers.
Analyze problems and adapt. Train managers to spot their biases and avoid communicating in ways that unconsciously deter minority candidates.
Implement workplace flexibility.
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